waterbourne polyurethane

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Old 08-09-02, 09:48 AM
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I've heard that waterbourne polyurethane is becoming more popular because it can dry faster than oil-based polyurethane. Which do you think we should use...waterbourne or oil based? We are refinishing our oak floors (approx. 10 yrs. old) and we are renting a square sander from Home Depot...they also have an Orbitrol and Drum but they said the square was the best.
 
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Old 08-10-02, 09:49 AM
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Types of floor finishes

http://www.nofma.org/finishing3.htm

Oil-based polyurethane is a very durable finish, smelly, takes longer to dry, and ambers as it ages.

Water-based polyurethane is durable, quick drying, nonyellowing, and not smelly like oil-based polyurethane.
 
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