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A video on applying a wipe-on finish (Arm-r-seal). Contrary to implications, it is not an oil-varnish blend but a thinned varnish. I used some in the last couple of weeks to put on some water-worn kitchen cabinet doors at the church. I was not sure what the finish was (suspected lacquer but not sure that someone else had not done something in the last 45 years). I sanded down the finish, applied a couple of coats of shellac as a barrier coat, applied two coats of Arm-r-seal, applied a coat of gel stain as a glaze to restore some of the lost color, and two more coats of Arm-r-seal. Sanded with P400 grit between each coat (except after glaze). Should be good for another 45 years. Wipe on finishes work very well on things like chairs and beds where there are a lot of joints and spindles. I