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Spar urethane is very durable and can be built up very fast due to quick drying. For the last coat or two you may want to use a traditional varnish with better UV inhibitors or the urethane can turn very dark.

The work looks good so far.
 

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Nice work Sabreman.

I have plenty of varnish on the boat. The head is finished with Captain's varnish as are some of the high use areas. The head had some mold growth and it wiped off with no effect on the finish. When I removed the mold from the Poly coated areas there was no finish left. There were 5 coats in the v-birth, 2 more than recommended. I applied the Wipe On Poly over the 26 yr old factory oil finish that was still in perfect condition.

Actually, just looked at the cabinet doors again and recalled they had 8 coats each.
 
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