The last projects were finished with catalyzed waterbase floor finish,
Just purchased a nice hlvp gun, but do not want to spray this type of
finish since it is very toxic in aerosol form.
Which durable finish should I try for the first time? Thanks
I heartily second this recommendation.
I just redid my kitchen with all new cabinets (natural ash) with
Hydrocote Resisthane, sprayed with a DeVilbiss HVLP conversion gun.
After 18 months, the finish still looks brand new.
I got mine from Highland Hardware, but Hood is $5 cheaper per gallon!
I have used Bona "strong", "traffic", also Basic coating "street shoe"
All floor finishes that use a catalist
I have been using Zinsser universal sealer over stain and natural jobs. Love
Can coat with water or oil after one hr.
I just did a white oak floor, sealed with Seal coat, topped with Bona Strong
Waterbase alone is a no no over white oak, turns the wood green.
But works with Sealcoat.
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