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Using Liberon Wood Bleach then Worktop Finish and Seal - Beware!!,
This review is from: Liberon WB500 500ml Wood Bleacher (DIY & Tools)
Its good stuff but......
I have been revitalising our pine kitchen worktops which were tung oiled some 10 years ago and had some stains. Once sanded down I used Liberon Wood Bleach, which did what it said on the tin and removed various dirty marks and water rings. Then I wiped the area with a damp cloth as directed on the tin. After a couple of hours drying I started to apply the Liberon Worktop Finish and Seal - Almost instantly the white liquid solidified into white wax like crumbs, clogging the brush and making a mess of the worktop. Once I had cleared up the mess and scrapped off white hardened 'wax' from the worktops, I then got a piece of bare wood and applied the white liquid, no problem, its come up with a nice finish, so must be something in the worktop wood, ie the residue of the Liberon Wood Bleach. We have now scrubbed the worktops twice with clean water (which quickly got milky) and will let them fully dry overnight, then try again, touch wood (!!!) it will go on OK then.