February 19, 2014
Poly no, I did use a floor rejuvenator ( sold at HomeDepot) after 6 years of heavy use in our summer homes DR and kitchen area. Main side door that everyone uses and gets all the mud, snow, wood chip debris from bringing the wood, etc. It had gotten dull (not really shinny to start with) and small scratches under chairs and table legs. Swept, dusted and steam cleaned the floor twice, used the rejuvenator per directions (like putting on liquid wax) and WOW, it is beautiful. Put two coats in DR area under chairs/table legs (added new felt pads to all legs) As this product is water base, the longer you let the floor dry/cure the less marks you get moving furniture around. I love the floor even more than when we put it down. Water/steam wash, been months still have not re done. Just for this poster info....used poly on my wood parquet floors in my old log cabin and it did not hold up at all in traffic areas, switched to this stuff and they looked refinished.
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