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J-B ClearWeld Quick Setting variety says it cures clear and sticks to metal and glass. I have never used this particular J-B product but I have had good results with other products of their line of epoxy.
The plies (layers) in plywood are run in alternating directions, so approximately half of the layers visible on any edge will be end grain and half will be the long grain. End grain usually absorbs more finish which makes it look darker. If you want to minimize the difference between the plies you could seal the edges of the plywood with shellac before you ...
The oil based polyurethanes do a good job (at a good price), but are not friendly to any mistakes, if you want a deep finish. If you sand through one coat, you get witness lines. More forgiving (because they are faster drying) are the water bourne polyurethanes. They are clearer (than the oil) and harder (especially the crossed linked polymers) Foam ...
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