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Wondering about the laminate floors

Posted by deb_pa (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 15, 09 at 22:26

Read the posts about the haze on laminate floors. I was wondering since I am considering installing this type of floor, once the floor is all cleaned and dried why couldn't it be coated with a clear polyurethane finish? I have read this finish is put on painted floors and lasts a long time. Then possibly the haze wouldn't stick and would come up with regular mopping. I think it would be worth a try in one tiny, not seen corner to see if it worked. Like maybe a 6 by 6 inch square or something.


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RE: Wondering about the laminate floors

Because (good) laminate is tough as nails and doesn't need a poly coating.


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RE: Wondering about the laminate floors

I think you would void your warranty.


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RE: Wondering about the laminate floors

Use vinegar and water to clean it and you won't have any haze


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RE: Wondering about the laminate floors

The laminate I've seen comes pre-finished with a very shiny coat. Call the manufacturer.


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RE: Wondering about the laminate floors

You would ruin the floor if you poly it.

Look into Bruce Park Ave. Laminate that looks and feels like hard wood with a very pretty shine.


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RE: Wondering about the laminate floors

I use a spray bottle filled with water to spritz on my laminate floors and then wipe with a microfiber mop I have. No haze, no streaks.
This is the one I have.
Kathy G in MI

Here is a link that might be useful: Star Fiber Mop Pro


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