Fiddes hardwax oil?
The time has come for the pine floors in our house to be refinished -- they have had almost no finish on them for a long time. I like penetrating-oil finishes and think they'll look great on our old flooring.
Fiddes and Osmo hardwax oils appeal to me because of the short drying time. We have no extra rooms to use in our house and waiting 3 or more days, as Waterlox and pure Tung require, before the kids can cross the living room to get to their bedroom is really pushing it. I love the idea of being able to apply the finish while the kids spend a night at their grandparents' and having the room usable by the time they get back.
Has anyone used these finishes? Fiddes says that to touch up the finish you must "lightly sand area with 150 grit sandpaper" before reapplying the oil. Does this mean you have to sand every little scratch before you can rub in a dab more of the oil? Has this been your experience using hardwax?