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Wood Floor Transformations™ Transformations

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Wood Floor Transformations™ About

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    • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee:

      Wood Floor Transformations is backed by Rust-Oleum's 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, so its guaranteed to stand up to daily wear and tear and the toughest non-abrasive household cleaners to stay beautiful looking for years to come.

    • Beautiful Polyurethane Finish:

      Wood Floor Transformations produce beautiful, contractor-like finishes. Your guests will think you've spent thousands of dollars on new floors

    • No Sanding, No Stripping, Low Odor:

      Stripping, sanding, or priming is not necessary with Wood Floor Transformations®. Simply clean the surface, and follow the next steps in the instructions.

 

Wood Floor Transformations™ How To Do

  • Specification 1

    • STEP #1 : APPLY THE CLEANER

      A. Attach the scrub pad to the wood applicator block by loosening the wingnuts of the applicator, then wrapping the pad in between the two wooden panels.Attach the applicator block to a threaded broomhandle.
      B. Pour the contents of the No Sanding Prep into a paint tray. Dampen the scrub pad with the No Sanding Refinishing Prep by dipping it into the paint tray. Scrub the area with a back and forth motion following the grain pattern of the wood. 

      IMPORTANT: Scrub the entire surface with firm pressure to ensure maximum adhesion of the Step 3 Floor Finish. Apply the No Sanding Refinishing Prep on one four-foot to eight-foot square area at a time with the scrub pad attached to the applicator head. You may work on larger areas as long as you make sure you don’t allow surface to dry before proceeding to Step C. Refill paint tray with more No Sanding Refinishing Prep as needed.
      C. Wipe the surface clean with damp rags or sponge mop. Rinse rag and mop in warm water until clean. Squeeze out excess water from rag.
      D. Repeat Steps B and C on floor until entire floor has been treated.
      E. Allow floor to dry to the touch before moving to Step 2 Rinse Floor (approximately 30 minutes). Clean paint tray by rinsing it with warm water before proceeding with Step 2.

  • Specification 2

    • STEP #2 : RINSE FLOOR

      The second step thoroughly removes any residual No Sanding Refinishing Prep solution from the floor and prepares the surface for the application of the final protective coat in Step 3.

      A. In a clean bucket, mix 1/2-1 oz ounce of liquid soap with each gallon of water.
      B. Pour the soap mixture into a clean paint tray. Dampen a sponge mop by dipping it into the paint tray. Apply the soap and water solution over one four-foot square section area at a time, rinsing the entire area. Refill the paint tray with additional soap and water solution as needed. There is no need to flood the floor, you’re simply rinsing away the No Sanding Refinishing Prep.
      C. Wipe the surface dry with clean paper towels or lint free rags.
      D. Repeat Steps B and C until entire floor has been treated. Clean paint tray by rinsing it with warm water before proceeding with Step 3.
      DRY TIME: Allow floor to dry to the touch before applying Step 3 Clear Floor Finish. (approximately 30 minutes).

       

  • Specification 3

    • STEP #3 : APPLY THE POLYURETHANE CLEAR FLOOR  FINISH

      A. Thoroughly stir Clear Floor Finish slowly. 
      B. Replace the scrubbing pad with the synthetic
      applicator pad.
      C. Pour a portion of the Clear Floor Finish top coat into a clean paint tray. Dip synthetic applicator pad into the paint tray and pat any excess off. When applying the finish, avoid pooling of coating, and always pull the applicator pad towards you; never push. Begin by trimming along the baseboards with a single pass, working across the grain. Working with the grain, apply the Clear Floor Finish one foot from the wall. Work in four foot sections, keeping a wet edge. Once you have finished one four foot section, go back with a second pass over the coated floor, beginning at the wall. Dip synthetic applicator pad into the paint tray and move on to the next four foot section. Continue process until the entire floor is covered. Tip: For hard to apply edges such as those along the wall, doorways, or appliances, you may want to touch up these areas by applying the Clear Floor Finish with a synthetic bristle brush before using the applicator pad. Re-coat only when first coat is no longer tacky to the touch.
      D. Immediately after application, wash applicator pad and brush with warm water. Return remaining Clear Floor Finish to can and cover tightly with lid until ready to use again for second coat. 
      E. Allow first coat to dry to the touch approximately two hours.
      F. Apply second coat repeating Steps C and D.
      DRY TIME: Allow second coat to dry a minimum eight hours before light use. Allow Clear Floor Finish top coat to cure for 24-72 hours before returning to normal use.

       

 

Wood Floor Transformations™ Results

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Wood Floor Transformations™ FAQs

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    • Question:

      WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DRY TIMES?

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      Answer:

      Dry times can be slowed by increasing the humidity in the room. Furniture can be placed on floors finished with Clear Floor Finish after three days. However, wait until the finish has completely cured before replacing heavy furniture. It takes about 7 days for Clear Floor Finish to completely cure. Do not put rugs with vinyl backing on the floor for 14 days.

  • Specification 2

    • Question:

      CAN CLEAR FINISH BE APPLIED IN COLD TEMPERATURES?

    • Answer:

      A clear finish shouldn’t be applied in temperatures below 55°F. The finish won’t “cure” properly in too cold a temperature. CAUTION: Never use a space heater to warm up the area as the solvents in the finish may ignite.

  • Specification 3

    • Question:

      HOW CAN I AVOID APPEARANCE PROBLEMS?

    • Answer:

      Avoiding Bubbling-- There are two primary reasons that bubbles may appear in the finish.
      1. When applying finish, if you apply the product too heavily or move too quickly, it will allow air to get trapped. To alleviate, use a lighter touch and flow the finish on with as few strokes as possible and allow it to“self-level.”
      2. The product may have been accidentally shaken instead of stirred before use. To remedy this, cover can, let product stand for 24 hours to let the bubbles rise before applying to floors.

      Avoiding Milky Appearance-- There are three primary reasons that a finish develops a milky appearance.
      1. It can occur if you’ve applied the finish in a cold environment.
      2. It may also be caused by moisture or solvent trapped under the finish.
      3. You may get a cloudy, milky appearance right before use. Stir before and during use. The milky appearance will clear up after approximately 45 minutes of drying time.

       

  • Specification 4

    • Question:

      CAN I USE ANY REMAINING CLEAR FLOOR FINISH DIRECTLY ON ANY OTHER PROJECTS OF BARE WOOD?

       

    • Answer:

      Yes, you can use any remaining Clear Floor Finish on bare wood without using the No Sanding Refinishing Prep formula, providing that the bare wood is properly sanded.

       

  • Specification 5

    • Question:

      WHAT ARE SOME GUIDELINES FOR MAINTAINING THE FLOORS?

       

    • Answer:

      Let the finish cure 7 to 10 days before washing the floor. Afterwards, vacuum or mop regularly. Clean with clear, warm water only - never use harsh chemicals. Wipe with a dry cloth. For difficult stains, try mild dish detergent in water. For dark scuff marks, try a soft pencil eraser. Do not allow water to pool or stand on the floor. It’s not recommended that wax be applied to the Clear Floor Finish. Wax will adhere and increase the sheen of the floors, however it will present future problems when the floor is refinished because the wax coat will have to be completely removed. Do not use Pine-Sol® or Spic’n’Span® or other abrasive,ammonia, or oil based cleaners to clean Clear Floor Finish top coat. These products will penetrate into the finish, producing a dull haze. Clean with plain water, or mild dish soap.

       

  • Specification 6

    • Question:

      CAN POLYURETHANE FLOOR FINISHES BE SAFELY MOPPED WITH WATER?

       

    • Answer:

      While polyurethane is water resistant, it is NOT waterproof! Do not use excessive amounts of water when cleaning polyurethane finished wood floors. If using only water to clean your floors, use light amounts and do not allow the water to pool or stand on the floor. Excessive water can still penetrate the finish and cause warping.

       

  • Specification 7

    • Question:

      TO MAINTAIN MY FLOORS, IS SWEEPING ALL THE CARE MY FLOORS NEED?

       

    • Answer:

      While sweeping does help reduce the grit and surface debris that can cause scratching, dirt and dust will eventually become ground into the surface and dull the finish.

       

  • Specification 8

    • Question:

      CAN I JUST USE A SOLUTION OF WATER AND VINEGAR TO CLEAN MY WOOD FLOORS?

       

    • Answer:

      While a vinegar and water solution may do a good job in cleaning your floors, the strong acids in vinegar can erode the glossy finish on the wood floor and leave a dull appearance.

       

 

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