Table Varnish for Restaurant - Any Quick Drying Solutions?


Postby rolled_gold » Wed Dec 31, 2014 11:16 am

Hi,
Got a bit of a different one here. Run a restaurant in which we have wooden tables. I think when they were put in (8 months ago) they weren't treated properly. They are kind of sticky now, is the best way to describe them. I asked in a local wood shop and they said they would probably need a decking varnish applied which would take about sixteen hours to dry and would need two coats.
Now the problem is is that we don't have a day when we are closed so 16 hours is a long time. Is there an alternative, and if not what is the best way to go about treating the tables?

Thanks in advance!
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Postby DIYDoctor1 » Mon Mar 09, 2015 6:06 pm

Hi Rolled Gold,
If you can live without a table for a day or two, then why not do one at a time? You could slowly work your way through until they are all done - it should onlt take you a month or so?
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