Are water-based floor finishes safe?

Answer On One Hand: Water-Based Floor Finishes Are SafeIn water-based finishes, water disperses the polyurethane molecules rather than chemicals. The water, not toxic chemicals, evaporates into the air, l... Read More »

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Are wooden floor finishes safe?

On One Hand: Dangers of Wood Floor FinishesHaving wood floors in your home enhances its style and design. Maintenance is critical, but many wood floor finishes contain chemicals such as urethane, ... Read More »

Are hardwood floor finishes pet urine safe?

On One Hand: Pet Urine Can Stain Hardwood FloorsEven with a protective finish, such as polyurethane, pet urine can sometimes penetrate into the crevices and grain of the floor and cause stains. Ur... Read More »

How do I apply varathane diamond floor water-based finish?

Spread the First CoatClean the floor thoroughly, and let it dry. Starting at the wall furthest from the exit, spread a line of Varathane Diamond Water-Based Floor Finish along the wall in the same ... Read More »

How long do you wait after staining a floor before using water-based polyurethane?

Your should wait at least one week for the floor to dry completely. Because of weather conditions and other atmospheric conditions, the floor may not have dried completely enough to apply a polyur... Read More »