...seems to be problematic for me.
Previously, used satin and never had issues. Trying semi-gloss on
brand new walnut floor and its been trying.
Resolved most of the issues (like where the friggin dust was coming
from (scoured every surface - except the o.h. lights)) but am having a
problem with lap marks.
Using a lamb's wool applicator pad and the stuff's drying too fast or
something and lap marks are showing, particularly along the length
(vs. side by side) since I can't do a single stroke over the 18'
Using Varathane floor finish.
When we do gym floors we use a tee bar applicator. It allows us to move
much more quickly than a lambswool pad does. Wet edge is not as much of a
problem. These floor are high gloss, so any lap marks stand out.
Thanx all. I think I finally got it.
Goes to show, research first, then do the work.
(Actually, I didn't think that semi gloss would be different from
satin - silly me).
Anyway, the T-bar suggestion led me to
which is kinda cool and shows exactly how easy it can be.
I tried a variation (the floor is as little as 5' wide and I didn't to
spend the time nor $ tracking down a tee-bar so I made do with the
lamb's wool pad. But, I did pour it instead of using a tray and ran
the entire length (20') instead of breaking into 4x5 sections (ala the
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