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I would love some advice for finishing an old kitchen hutch we have had for many years. It had some clumpy black wax on that we've been taking off with mineral spirits, but we've decided to go back to the actual wood and refinish. My question is what will give the wood a satin (less shiny) and clean finish that I can wipe down easily? I don't like polyurethane, and the countertop of the piece will come in contact with food from time to time, so I want it to be safe and wipeable with a sponge. I would like a finish I don't have to re-apply periodically.

Thanks for any advice and help.

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