Varnique Finish: Varnique is available and is a semi-gloss finish formulated to repel most household solvents, such as detergents, alcohol etc. Varnique finish tables are not appropriate for cutting on it. (*voids NSF certification)
5 oz. Tube - Available in a 3 or 12 Pack
*Combination of natural un-bleached beeswax & mineral oil
*Denser, thicker product than Mystery Oil - penetrates deeply into the grains of the wood, leaves a silky wax barrier and locks moisture in
16 oz. Tube - 3 or 12 Pack; 2 oz. Tube - 10 or 100 Pack
*Mixture of white mineral oil & beeswax
*Thinner product than the cream - more easily absorbed & penetrates more deeply into the grain of the wood to help protect & revitalize
1/2 Pint - 12 per case, 1 Pint - 6 per case, 1 Quart - 4 per case
*Makes repairs and fabrication a foolproof operation
*Can be used to touch-up tables with Varnique or Tuff-Var finish
*Can also be used on oil finish tops to convert them to varnique tops
The CHYRS Series Cherry Straight Backsplash by John Boos is compatible with American Cherry Kitchen Countertops and provide easy-to-clean surface that messes or splashes won't mark painted walls or wall paper. Adds great style and color to a kitchen and available in a variety of sizes. Also available Oil or Varnique Finish. Made in America.
Is the straight back splash installed on top of the butcher block counter top, or on the sub top, with the butcher block butting up to it? If the latter, it would allow for a slightly larger overhang on the counter tops' edge. I'm hoping both applications are acceptable.
Do these wood counter tops require professional installation? Or can clever do-it-yourselfers manage it?
Finally, for surfaces wider than 25", are the seams fairly seamless looking? Can you get nice tight joints along the lengths?
Thanks, Melanie - Asked about product JB-CHYRS84-V
The CHRYS84-V can either be installed on top or as a sub top, with the butcher block butting up to it. We recommend professional installation. Yes, the seams are fairly seamless looking and the joints are tight along the lengths. However the seamlessness of the riser, will depend on the installer and how good of a job he does.
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