Can you polyurethane a vinyl floor?
No, you can't. It would peel off like sunburned skin, if it ever even set up. And why in the world would you want to do that anyway?
Yes you can;
Yes you can;
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Bostik makes a urethane glue remover. Be sure to read the directions carefully. You can call Bostik at 978-777-0100 and ask a technical support person first, to be sure. This …product works excellent on wood flooring, not sure about vinyl, so I'd call them first.
Answer . Normally by sanding if it is dry. If it is wet because you dripped it accidentally, use mineral spirits.
You would use a vacume
Try Goof-Off, you can get at Home Depot and Lowes, but test it first on an inconspicuious spot, as it may remove your finish, but it's supposed to remove marker and crayon. Go…od Luck!
Yes! We just made custom tray tables for our neighbors. No damage to the stickers!
yes the senior center that I attented did the floor in mid november two months agao and i still have severe haedaches and nightmares the night after i am there for a short whi…le
You cannot polyurethane ceramic tile. Polyurethane requires a porous surface. Ceramic is glazed and therefore has no pores. If the floor didn't shine when it was new, it never… will. If it is dingy, use white vinegar and water. It works great.
Yes you can, however, ensure that this is the best option beforeexecuting. I do this to reinforce the self-stick vinyl tile andlaminate flooring in my basement and it works gr…eat. I got tired ofdropping a knife or something creating a huge gash requiringreplacement. The polyurethane layer has protected my floors foryears. Occasional reapplication of polyurethane in spots whereneeded making it look new brand new again versus cutting out andre-sticking a piece of the laminate floor that will never look asgood as new...I use the former. There are a lot of nay-sayers outthere about polyurethane on vinyl tiles and laminate floors, butI've always had great success.
Always hate to answer a question with a question, but sometimes it helps.. Why would you want to do that & what does it get you?? Laminate has a stain proof surface and the …Polyurethane wont stick long term, My belief & experience is that what you propose wont work..
Polyurethane coatings do a number of things. First, they seal the pores of the wood making the wood unable to absorb moister and thus preventing rot. Secondly, urethane allows… the floor to be cleaned more easily by providing a smooth surface. Third, they help to prevent scratching or gouging of the floor by providing a 'slippery' surface that objects can slide across. Fourth, some urethanes have a built in UV inhibitor which can keep the wood from discoloring.
i'm going with minwax polyshades. cabot also makes a stain & polyurethane in one application. i noticed there are 3 questions about how to mix stain & polyurethane on this sit…e. all 3 are unanswered. i was researching the topic & i've seen reference to a polyurethane stain kit. can't find out what a polyurethane stain kit is. my tenant left behind an opened can of minwax polyshades. i tried some of it out & i think it looks fine. i sanded some of the scratches & paint stains out, put on a coat of natural wood stain & i'm using the polyshades as an overcoat. there are still some scratches but it looks a lot better than it did before. the polyshades should help mask some of the scratches & give it a more even tone. bottom line - it's really difficult to find information on how to mix stain & polyurethane so the minwax & cabot all in one products look good to me. i wish they came in sizes larger than a quart, but easier to go pick that product up than to continue looking for information that indicates what a polyurethane stain kit is & how to use it.
Use a non-diluted, direct spray on hardwood floor cleaning product like Bona - hardwood floor cleaner or Lastnlast - Polycare. 2 of the best hardwood flooring cleaning product…s on the market.
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No, laminate is a nonporous floor and polyurethane needs something porous to bond to.
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If you mean an oil based polyurethane, no, it will dry too hard and will chip off over time and normally isn't meant for exterior work. A better option would be to use a 100% …acrylic clear polyurethane, paint or solid stain. They are adhesive enough to adhere to vinyl fencing or decking and will flex during freeze/thaw cycles.
NOPE wont stick to the Melamine long term
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No. Laminate flooring is made of the same materials as laminate countertops - a type of plastic. Even though the flooring looks like wood, remember it is NOT. Polyurethane app…lied to laminate will only bubble and flake off.