How to Apply Polyurethane on Wood Floors?

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To apply polyurethane on wood floors sweep the floor so there isn't any dust particles on the floor. A large paint brush is best to use. Just apply the polyurethane just like paint until the floor is covered. Put it on with light coats.
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How to Apply Polyurethane to Wood Floors
Wood flooring is a great asset to any home. It is durable, easy to clean and easy to decorate around. Wood flooring does wear though, and will need to be refinished at one point or another. Refinishing a wood floor is a fairly easy process and can raise... More »
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After properly preparing your wood floor through the hard work of stripping, sanding, and staining, it is time to learn how to apply polyurethane on wood floors in order to seal your floor. Be sure to purchase polyurethane that is meant for floors. Depending on the size of floor that you are sealing, you can use a paintbrush or there are larger applicators for large floors. Follow the instructions on the can regarding application of a second coat. Most products will recommend that the first coat be dry, but not cured overnight before applying the second coat.
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