OK, I have never had much luck with storing varnish once opened. [I think] I follow the right procedures, allways stir, never shake, pour out varnish to be used, never pour back. I even tried pouring in a little thinner before sealling it and one suggestion that I read on the internet, breathed into the tin to remove the O2, did nothing.
So, looking for some expert advice. I have a half can of Epifanes varnish left over from a different project that I want to use on my WD12. Launched her in June and figured an extra coat or two better than just throwing out the varnish.
1) What temperature can I apply the varnish? I live just north of Toronto and we atarting to get down to single digits so I'm worried it is too cold to apply. She lives inside so the plan is to apply, give it a day or two, then bring her back inside to cure over the winter. Heating the barn for application is not an option.
2) How can I effectively store the varnish so that it will be viable come spring?