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Badonkadonk
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Re: Sanding/refinishing oak floor a DIY job?

said by cowboyro:

Yes there is water-based polyurethane that doesn't smell so bad, but it doesn't last nearly as long, so unless you want to repeat the job in 5 years stick with oil-based.

That's a load of crap. Bona Traffic is more durable than almost any other finish out there, including the non-water based.
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Bona Traffic is apparently a 2 components poly with a hardener, so it's a little different from the more common one component polys, be it water or oil based.
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Badonkadonk
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That's true, but it's a well known and very commonly used finish.

In our house that's all we used for the floors. Six years gone by and the floors look fabulous. Not even close to needing refinishing. It's about $110/gallon, but very well worth it. This is where I purchased the stuff: »floormechanics.com/manufacturers···mfg=Bona
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