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    "...Alcohol removes Poly???..." Yep. Worked in a bar years and years and years ago where the company had the bar top(pine, as I recall.) urethaned at considerable expense. The spot where we mixed drinks was cleaned of plastic in less than a week from spillage. Dissolved to nothing. Still laugh about that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunray View Post
    Still laugh about that one.
    Time to pour another top...and let dry for a few days...

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