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Rustins Plastic Coating to Protect Wall Unit Doors From Steam?
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This stuff gets good reviews for use on worktops - I'm thinking of using it to protect new oak (slab style) wall unit doors from steam (in my own kitchen). 
Rustins claim it is heat, impact, alcohol and solvent resistant, no mention of water. 
Amazon reviews here.
All thoughts welcome. 

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(06-03-2018, 06:21 PM)Prof Tim Noakes on YouTube Wrote: This stuff gets good reviews for use on worktops - I'm thinking of using it to protect new oak (slab style) wall unit doors from steam (in my own kitchen). 
Rustins claim it is heat, impact, alcohol and solvent resistant, no mention of water. 
Amazon reviews here.
All thoughts welcome. 

It does say it is only suitable for bare wood (unfinished) so it not suitable for furniture that is already been sealed/lacquered - More info here - https://www.rustins.ltd/images/files/135...%20(2).pdf
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Thanks, I was going to use it on bare wood.

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Does anyone have any thoughts on whether this would work or not?

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Hi Tim

I used it on worktops once. I’m no expert, but I can’t see why you couldn’t use it. If you’d like to I would give Rustins technical a call. 

However, I don’t think I would use it on doors. It’s not a 5 minute job, and if I remember you have to follow the instructions quite precisely. It also gives a plastic coating look, not surprisingly!

If I had bare oak slab doors (where are they from?) I would take them to a sprayer and have them lacquered. I would then seek to eliminate steam by having sufficient ventilation and not boiling a kettle directly under them

Hope that helps

Cheers

Steve
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