Looking for some advice on restoring a kitchen worktop. via /r/woodworking


Looking for some advice on restoring a kitchen worktop.

Hi guys, I recently moved into a new house and saw that the kitchen worktops are in fairly poor condition, I asked my landlord if I could fix it myself and he dropped off a load of products to help me out.

From my previous research, I was as under the impression that I was just to sand it down, low-high grit and apply a few coats of oil with about 19 hours in between coats but he's dropped off a few extras and I was wondering about the best way to do this.

Here's a list of the materials he dropped off:

  • Danish Oil

  • Spirit Sanding Sealer

  • Wax Polish

  • Lathe Polish

  • Steel Wool

To add to this, I have a few different grades of sandpaper, cloth, silicone and brushes. There are a total of 4 counters, including one around the sink that will get wet quite often.

Thanks for any advice in advance.

Submitted October 31, 2015 at 10:07PM by BE3F
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