Zinsser SealCoat for floors?
I just read Casey mentioning this on another thread. Casey, could you elaborate a little? I plan on refinishing my softwood living room and bedroom floors in a month or two with the complication that we need a low-odor, fast-drying finish because we have kids, pets, very little room to move furniture out of the way, and can't move out for days to do the floors.
I was considering Fiddes Hard Wax because it has the shortest cure time I could find and is supposed to be easy to repair, but it sounds like SealCoat is a contender. Does it really hold up? I get the idea that shellac would be easy to touch up if it scratches, is that correct? The only Zinsser information I can find on it seems to refer to new floors, what is your experience with its use on older "distressed" floors?