My Z Gallerie inspired Outdoor Dining Table

I used Ana's plans and only made one adjustment. I could not cut the 50 degree angles on my miter saw so I just borrowed the "V" design from one of her other plans. This table is really heavy and sturdy. A helper is necessary to flip the table top back and forth.

Estimated Cost
$80-$100
Estimated Time Investment
Week Long Project (20 Hours or More)
Type of Wood
White Pine from local lumber yard
Finish Used
Rustoleum Ultimate Wood Stain in Early American
Rustoleum Ultimate Spar Varnish in Satin (2 coats on base, 3 coats on tabletop)
I'm having issues with the Spar Varnish drying as white spots keep appearing when the table gets wet. I'm assuming it takes longer than 3 days to fully cure like the label says.
Recommended Skill Level
Intermediate

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