wooden island countertop and bleach?
Hello all. I have been using the site for a while as a resource but haven't been posting. I finally have something that I can't find an existing thread for and would like your help!
I've seen lots of threads about waterlox and even the specific wood counter top source I am using - Craft Art wooden countertops DIY line- but I still need help with one thing.
On a wooden island countertop that is finished with Waterlox is it ok to use cleaning products like bleach or even regular soap? Both sites don't recommend it but my husband is Very germ conscious and has this crazy idea that if it isn't bleached it isn't clean.
Would it be ok to use a polyeuthethane instead of waterlox on my Craft Art wood island and then use bleach as a cleaner? We are used to man made products (cough laminate cough cough) and it was my idea to go with something natural and warm (yay for wood!). But now the countertops have arrived and I need to finish them in a way that I can clean them really well.
Anyone ever worked with Craft Art DIY wood countertops (or any wood countertops I guess) and waterlox and used bleach or soap? If I want to bleach my wood countertops is there a finish that's ok or best to use?
I want mine to look just like Chrislovesjulia.com's do : ) Inspiration photo below with link to my actual countertops