I normally use Watco Danish oil as a finish on my projects. I like the way it performs and looks. That being said, I am in a bit of a quandry on my latest project.
I have a slab of bubinga that I will be using for a bathroom vanity counter top. It is a single piece of wood that is 22 3/8" x 65" x 1", so there is a lot of surface area that has to be sealed. I want something that will seal the wood, but provide some protection to the moisture-rich environment. I would like to stay away from the "plastic" look of poly and read online that Danish has the potential to mildew, where tung and teak don't. I haven't ever used the tung or teak and was hoping someone would have some advice on direction.