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 Post subject: Oak wood dancefloor seal help please!!
PostPosted: Tue Nov 04, 2008 4:51 am 
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Hi

We are one of the largest wedding venues in London and the South east. We have a large oak wooden dance floor which is in very frequent use (we have over 230 weddings a year plus funerals conferences etc.) We have tried Poly-Urethane lacquers in the past but none of them seem to last.
We are now on our last chance before we will have to replace the entire floor! :shock: We are looking at BonaTech Traffic as a sealant, is this the best on the market? Our main problem is stiletto heels which crack the lacquer which gets bigger creating an area with no protection, is there anything on the market which will protect against this?
Also from what I understand Bonatech is water based, does this cause any problems with spillages? or cleaning? I have been told we will need to clean it using a buffing wheel and their special protector which fills in any cracks once a week to keep the floor in immaculate condition.
Any advice on which product would be best for us and if any product will work, aftercare etc would be greatly appreicated. :lol:


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Stiletto heels will always reek havoc with any wood floor.

The PSI on the heel from a 120# woman is more than 2000 psi!!

Nothing is going to prevent that from happening to a wood floor... NOTHING!!


Waterbased is more elastic, but it will not prevent the denting from those heels.


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Duraseal Penetrating Gym Treatment. Sand the floor smooth, buff three coats of this oil into the floor (it is not a surface finish. Will need to be maintained with additional coats as needed, can be done by your maintenance dept.


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