Polyeurthane on Oak Floors


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Old 07-02-00, 08:34 AM
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I just finished putting down a new oak floor. The wood lay in the house for 4 days befor it was installed. Sanded and applied 1 coat of Parks alkyd floor sealer, waited 3 hours, lightly sanded and applied 1 coat of Parks Satin finish oil modified eurthane, waited 12 hours (overnight) sanded , and applied the second coat of Parks oil modified eurthane. After 3 hours the finish was checking. Looks like fish scales over entire floor. Used recommended coverage rates on floor. Does anyone know what happened? I know I will have to resand entire floor and refinish but don't want to repeat mistake. Have used same finishing syatem on previous floors with good results.
 
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Old 07-02-00, 12:28 PM
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Your first coat may have dried too long. Sand off all the work you put into the floor. Use ZAR floor poly- 3 heavy coats, sand between coats. Don't use anything else, just the ZAR.
 
 

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