What is polyurethane floor sealer?

What is polyurethane floor sealer?

A heavy bodied, pale coloured, solvent based polyurethane which gives a tough and durable finish. Resistant to water, alcohol, white spirit and similar solvents. Drying time is 4-6 hours. Can be applied to wood, cork, MDF and old concrete floors.

What does polyurethane do for floors?

Polyurethane floor finishes are easy to apply, and they cure rapidly. They offer rock-hard, waterproof, long-lasting protection for flooring, plus they let the beauty of the natural wood show through.

How do you polyurethane a wood floor?

Immerse your roll or pad in the polyurethane. Start one foot from the edges of the first corner, and work polyurethane toward the edges, working with the grain of the wood. Use comfortable back-and-forth sweeps of three to four feet with the roller or pad.

Is oil based or water based polyurethane better?

Oil based used to be unquestionably more durable. Today though, water based polyurethane has evolved with better formulations that are equally durable as oil based polyurethane. High quality water based polyurethanes is considered by many homeowners & flooring professionals to be equally durable.

How many coats of polyurethane should you put on a hardwood floor?

three coats
So, how many coats of polyurethane to add? You should apply at least three coats of polyurethane on hardwood floors.

What is the downside of oil based polyurethane?

Cons of Oil-Based Polyurethane Longer dry times. Dents easier due to it softer finish. The odor is unbearable (respirator use is recommended). The floor darkens over time.

Is there a clear coat for tile floors?

GlazeGuard Gloss sealer is developed specifically for ceramic and porcelain tiles. It will put a clear sealer across the floor tile and grout, giving it a high gloss wet look appearance, as well as provide a barrier that will protect against chemicals and soiling and make the floor much easier to clean.