Sure Shine Wood Floor Finish contains a waterborne formulation that is non-flammable, has little odor and resists yellowing. Once cured, Sure Shine Wood Floor Finish is more durable than most water or solvent-based clear finishes. Sure Shine’s hard finish resists scuffing and abrasion and prevents discolorations from water and most household chemicals and cleaners. Sure Shine premium finish may be applied over previously stained or finished floors and woodwork.
Product Type: Water based polyurethane formula
Uses: Wood floors, cabinets, walls and other wood surfaces where a clear, durable, scuff-resistant satin or gloss finish is desired.
- Waterborne polyurethane premium finish
- Can be used to re-coat older oil-based floor finishes.
- Use over Perma-Chink System’s Lifeline Interior ( hyperlink to product ) tinted finish when color is desired on wood floors
- Prevents discolorations from water and most household cleaners and chemicals
- Easy application. Multiple coats applied in a single day.
- High coverage rates
- Fast drying; typically 1 – 2 hours.
- Soap and water clean up
- Very low VOC formula, non flammable, little odor, resist yellowing
- Environmentally friendly
- Floors require minimum 3 coats Sure Shine Wood Floor Finish
- Vertical wood surfaces require one coat.
- When more luster and depth are desired apply additional coats.
|1st Coat||350-450 square feet / gallon (on bare wood)|
|2nd Coat||600-800 square feet / gallon|
|3rd Coat||700-900 square feet / gallon|
Product Facts for Sure Shine Wood Floor Finish
Wood surfaces should be dry and cleaned of all oils, grease, wax, dirt and dust.
For best results wipe the entire area to be finished with a clean rag prior to application.
If an oil-based stain has been applied to the wood, allow it to dry for at least three weeks then wipe it down with a clean cloth before applying Sure Shine.
Walls, Cabinets and Trim
If applying to wood walls, cabinets or trim, first apply Lifeline Interior stain or Prelude Clear Wood Primer.
Once the stain or primer has dried to the touch, the first coat of Sure Shine can be applied.
Wood Floors ( tinted )
When a tinted wood floor is desired, apply at least one coat of Lifeline Interior stain to floors prior to applying Sure Shine.
Follow manufacturer’s label directions for Lifeline Interior.
- Use a paint paddle to gently stir Sure Shine Wood Floor Finish before using.
- Do not shake container or agitate as this creates foam that may result in air bubbles within the finish.
- Do not dilute Sure Shine with water or any other solvent.
- Do not tint.
- Stir well before and during use.
- Apply thin coats of Sure Shine Wood Floor Finish using smooth, even strokes in the same direction as the wood grain.
- Do one or two boards at a time ending at wood joints, walls or doorways to prevent lap marks.
- After applying the first coat, allow it to dry to the touch (typically one to two hours) then lightly sand smooth using fine (180 grit or higher) sandpaper or buffing brush.
- Do not allow sanding procedure to build up excessive heat.
- Do not use steel wool. We do not recommend sanding between subsequent coats.
- Although a minimum of three coats is recommended for new or worn wood floors, additional coats will add luster and depth to the finish.
Although Sure Shine Wood Floor Finish dries to the touch in approximately one to two hours, you should let the surface dry for about 12 hours before allowing light traffic.
Avoid placing rugs or moving furniture over the finish for approximately one week.
Sure Shine Wood Floor Finish will reach full cure hardness within one to two weeks.
Wash hands and tools with soap and warm water as soon as possible after use.
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