Bonakemi makes a water based product they label as "Swedish Finish" If this is what you are referring to they are possibly compatible. Bonikemi would be the ones to talk to about that.
The product that is generally referred to as "Swedish Finish" is an acid curing resin and has formaldahyde as a solvent. ( Bring your respirator) It's tough as nails and is compatible only with itself and sometimes it doesn't even like being compatible with itself. Glitza and Synteko are common "Real Swedish finishes".
Of course there is a disagreement in Sweden and Finland wether it is more Swedish or more Finnish but that is another subject.
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