| Manyana and Stormy need to give this topic not only a rest but "the
| deep sleep"
| The important thing is people are getting the information they need.
If they learn how it works then we all benefit.
Wouldn't you want to learn if you didn't know?
And wouldn't you prefer not to have the noise of
gmailers talking to ghosts?
With the gradual fading of Usenet and the moves
by Google, a lot of people simply don't get how it
all works. I find that with my own friends and
family. They understand that they can find
discussions online, but they don't understand where
those discussions come from.
I used the minmax polyshades to worn out hardwood floors 2 years ago! It s
till looks amazing. I only put on one coat and still not see any wear in h
igh traffic areas. I'm not an expert, but most of it was common sense. It
was in my kitchen, so I couldn't do the entire floor at one time.
I stained a 8x6 feet area at a time. Put fans on it for 3 days and LET IT
My hardwood floors have been rejuvenated for about $35.
I hope this helps others.
On Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at 6:00:18 PM UTC-5, email@example.com wrote:
Maybe it won't even hold up in your area. How would you know if you just
applied it? Why the need to use a product where it says it not intended
to be used, when there are plenty of products for floors available?
Ignoring the jerk responses here's the fact.
Polyshades doesn't stain the wood it topically colors it such that any scratch (which is much more likely if you use it on a floor) will result show the original Wood's color.
If you're slow and careful with your application it can look quite nice. But you really need to apply MULTIPLE VERY THIN COATS otherwise you'll get the results the trolls mention (streaks and splotches).
All this being said, I'd water you could pull off a floor use of you for it with multiple layers of proper poly.
But they defeats the whole idea of this being a quick finish and you'd be much better if staining and then finishing.
replying to JayB, Melissa Currence wrote:
I think it has to do with the one step process dynamic. It would be necessary (I
believe) to apply additional coats of urethane to the floor over a period of a
few days to make the finish durable enough for floors.
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