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masterpainter
Re: Can someone explain what polyurethane is for?

your best bet is to use a product from parks pro floor finish you can purchase it at h/d for $40 a gal goes a long way remember to apply in thin coats it was called culver tipp then bought up by parks it was the first waterborne poly & stain & is still the best you can apply 3 coats in 1 day 1 every 2hrs lightly sand & tack rag in between coats i always like to add some stain in final coat to give some depth must be water based stain will hold up better than any oil passe been using it since '93 using oil would take 3 days 1 coat a day plus the smell will be around for a week just get it done & over with

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