I have not experienced this. I have 2 examples. One is my son's dresser drawers. They're pine. Sanded and coated 4yrs ago, and they get A LOT of direct sunlight. Maybe 6hrs during the summer, and 4~4.5hrs in winter.
Nayve 10% darkening(by comparison to the inside face of the drawer) over almost 1/2 decade.
2nd example is not the same scenario however.
I live in a older Toronto rental. And as with nearly ALL 40+ year old rental apartments, I've got parkay floors in all bedrooms!
One very high volume area of parkay had lost it's sealer a while back, but that bare strip recently started throwing slivers to my son's 7yr old feet! Not good!
Sanded enough to remove the sharps, and used the very same can to apply 4 coats to 10 or so squares.
16 months ago.
Little yellowing that I can see.
BUT, I'm a little OCD, and the rest of the 20+ yr old coating in my son's room is much yellower, and will be sanded and coated this summer!
I hope this helps you out!
I can say with a high degree of certainly through much usage and experience (over the years I've used GALLONS of both latex and alkaline versions) that you have a fantastic product.
I've refinished dining room and end tables, that after 5 or 6 coats, sanded in between coats, have put a diamond hard, mirror finish, that stands the test of time!
Date published: 2019-02-02