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I built a Large BGE table using plans that I modified off the naked whiz site. Table has been great and is currently 4 years old. I initally sealed the table with polyurethane or marine spar (don't remember). I moved to Guam a year ago however and the table has been taking a beating from the wet climate, I keep it covered but am not religous about it. The table top has developed several areas of rot. Two pieces have full thickness rot that will need to be chipped away until I can get somewhere I can replace the cypress with. My goal is to keep the rot from spreading and probably put a brand new table top on in once I get back to CONUS. Anyhow, couple of questions:
1) Any recommendations on best way to deal with rot?
2) Best way to seal a cypress table? Marine spar? Should I sand the whole thing down again? The frame and lower table have no signs of rot but if I am going to refinish I imagine I will need to.