I'm trying to source a clear wood finish, probably a polyurethane, that has excellent UV properties and is electrically non-conductive. The customer is skeptical of off-the-shelf products so I need to convince him that UV protection is on the order of 8-10 years, or close to it. The wood is kiln dried white oak.
Maybe something used in the water-craft industry?
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