Penetrating Epoxy for walnut countertop with undermount sink
We are having a 10' x 4' walnut plank style counter top made for our kitchen. Because we have read so many wonderful reviews about Osmo Polyx-Oil, we were going to use that to seal our countertop. (food safe, easy to re-apply, looks great)
We plan to install an undermount sink in the counter top. In the kitchen forum, one person wrote that her carpenter used a "penetrating epoxy" around her sink area and Osmo Polyx Oil everywhere on her counter top, but didn't know the specifics. I wrote to Osmo to make sure it wouldn't be a problem and the person who responded said it would actually be a good idea to apply a penetrating epoxy where the sink cutout is and where the sink is attached, as long as the application of it is carefully controlled to not get up on the surface area.
Can anyone recommend a penetrating epoxy that would be suitable for the cut area around our prep sink?