Has anyone had long-term experience with the West part B with uv protection? I ask because some years back I refinished some teak cockpit
coamings with epoxy and then covered them with a couple of coats of marine
varnish with uv protection. Even with that, the epoxy turned to a white/yellow haze within a season at any point where the varinish was chipped/worn/chafed (and it was often difficult to tell because of the hard, glossy epoxy undercoat).
If it works to completely shield the epoxy resin, then great. If not, then I would steer clear - epoxy is an absolute nightmare to remove for refinishing.