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Old 06-17-02, 08:48 AM
nurseyancey2
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I recently removed the carpet from my living and dinning room floors. The salesman at Home Deot had me buy polyuretune to put on top of the stained floor. I followed directions to apply the polyuretane but now when I move the dinning room chairs I notice a clear sppot from the chairs on the floor that can be swept up. What can I do to stop this from happening?
 
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Old 06-17-02, 09:26 PM
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Lack of proper surface preparation tends to result in finish failure.
If you had an existing polyurethane finish then screening or sanding off the existing finish, depending on the condition of the finish, is required to prepare for the new coats of finish. The new finish will tend not to adhere to a contaminated surface. Polyurethane will tend not to properly adhere to existing oil or wax finish floors.

http://www.finishingwoodfloors.com/f...es/manual.html
 
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