White bubbles and haze


Our table has a factory-applied stain and a lacquer finish. Over many years, the table has been polished many times with a liquid furniture polish and been subjected to normal wear-and-tear (i.e., spills, light scratches, etc).
Earlier this week, my wife brushed MinWax polyurethane on the legs and sides of the table. After the poly dried, she noticed a very white "haze" and a lot of small bubbles under the poly. (I assume the poly reacted with the underlying furniture polish).
Now, how can I remove the polyurethane and neutralize the polish so I can re-apply the poly?
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Our table has a factory-applied stain and a lacquer finish. Over many years, the table has been polished many times with a liquid furniture polish and been subjected to normal wear-and-tear (i.e., spills, light scratches, etc).
Earlier this week, my wife brushed MinWax polyurethane on the legs and sides of the table. After the poly dried, she noticed a very white "haze" and a lot of small bubbles under the poly. (I assume the poly reacted with the underlying furniture polish).
Now, how can I remove the polyurethane and neutralize the polish so I can re-apply the poly?
Add pictures here
<% if( /^image/.test(type) ){ %>
<% } %>
<%-name%>
Add image file
Upload

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