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Bona products and hw floors

Posted by cearab (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 11, 08 at 10:06

I posted this on the flooring forum as well and would appreciate any feedback:

I have red oak hw flooring throughout my house. I did not want a super-shiny look, so I have a water based satin finish on them (no stain, either). However, they are looking very dull and I would like to freshen them up without refinishing. Can anyone tell me if they are familiar with the Bona products and if their 'refresher' product would work with this type of floor finish? Or, if there is something else I can do with my floors to take away the dull look?
Thanks

Here is a link that might be useful: bona products


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RE: Bona products and hw floors

Im not sure of the refresher product, but I used the Bona products to refinish my floors 5 years ago. I have 2 children and 2 dogs, my floors still look new.


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RE: Bona products and hw floors

Thank you. Yours is the only response I have gotten to my message!


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RE: Bona products and hw floors

I use it and it lasts forever and keeps its sheen much better than others.


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