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4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
Water Based Dirty little secret!

I don't think this is misleading. The initial post was Inside a home. It had no issues other than the coating failing to protect the end match pieces…

4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
Water Based Dirty little secret!

In case you missed it, this is Non Yellowing Water based. Does this look Yellow to you?

Water Based Dirty little secret!
4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
Water Based Dirty little secret!

This Architect was told to protect his new pine ply floor with a Quality Non-Yellowing Water Based finish.
This is a brand new floor. The home is not quite complete,…

4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
Staining timber floors almost black

Hi Gidgetbeach,
We just finished one with Smoked Oak. I posted pictures on our facebook page.
You can see before , during and after.
https://www.facebook.com/quicksandandpolish Click on link to visit our…

4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
Staining timber floors almost black

Sorry I don't have a photo of a Black one.
I am doing one this Sunday in a Commercial premises. It will be Smoked Oak HS 2K impact Oil. …

4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
Staining timber floors almost black

Hi Gidgetbeach,
May I make a couple of suggestions.
Lobasol HS 2K Impact Oil Color.
It is a true burnishing Oil. You heat it up and burning it into…

4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
Expansion joints and timber/bamboo flooring

Hi,
Timber expands 10 times more sideways than it does lengthways. That is why most people ignore the length.
10 times less is not zero, but in most cases it…

4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
Water Based Dirty little secret!

Here is another one we fixed Yesterday and applied final coat today. This Spotted gum floor was coated with Water Based finish and never even lasted 2 years.
Water…

Water Based Dirty little secret!
4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
The case for Water Based finishes.

Another Water Based floor that did not even last 2 years. The owners were talked into it. They have thinners based upstairs that has lasted 12 years. …

4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
DIY Floor Sanding.....Should you do it. Here is one I just

If you want to restore the floor back to a flat condition, then Yes, you have to resand it again all the way back to abre timber. A re-coat…

4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
DIY Floor Sanding.....Should you do it. Here is one I just

LOL, Yes I call it LIFE. :D At the end of the day, a floor is made for walking on.…

4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
The case for Water Based finishes.

Hi Joannek, for the very few people in this situation, I truely feel for. That was my point appoint the peanut butter. Its so very few people.…

The case for Water Based finishes.
4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
DIY Floor Sanding.....Should you do it. Here is one I just

Hi B Star, there are two main processes that can be done.
1. Is a re-coat. When you catch it early enough, we give it a light…

4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
Water based polyurethane vs hardwax for timber floor

A picture says 1,000 words. The largest part of my month is following around the Water Based companies and fixing up the damage they do to peoples floors. …

Water based polyurethane vs hardwax for timber floor
4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
DIY Floor Sanding.....Should you do it. Here is one I just

I like to let the images do the talking. : ) Regards Mark.

4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
DIY Floor Sanding.....Should you do it. Here is one I just

Yes, its Black butt.

4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
The case for Water Based finishes.

So an explosion killed people. Are you serious. I think any rationale has long since left the building.
So Petrol explosions kill people, lets not use petrol.
I'll…

4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
The case for Water Based finishes.

There' a lot of information on the net on every subject.
Did you know that if some people eat peanut butter they will drop dead almost instantly.
So should we…

4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
The case for Water Based finishes.

And here is the case why not to use it. This is what it does to your floor.
Tannin Bleed. A picture says 1,000 words. This…

The case for Water Based finishes.
4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
The case for Water Based finishes.

Congratulations.....In your first sentence you told the truth....
You use water based because you don't want to expose YOURSELF or your workers. It has nothing to do with exposing your…

The case for Water Based finishes.
4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
Water Based Dirty little secret!

Thanks Michelle,
Agreed Two Pack Gloss is still king. It has been around the longest. Over 60 years now.
Here is something to reflect on......: )

Water Based Dirty little secret!
4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
remove flooring or lay new flooring on top of old

This is probably too late, but the info will be here for others.
It is actually better to lay the new floor Over the top of the old floor. …

4 years4 yearsqsandqsand posted:
Water Based Dirty little secret!

Thanks Michelle.
Here is one where a water based company just did one room and told the owner that the colour would match. Massive fail. …

Water Based Dirty little secret!
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