|Forum topic by KevinBlair||posted 05-15-2012 01:10 AM||1464 views||0 times favorited||0 replies|
05-15-2012 01:10 AM
I just finished sanding our kitchen floor. I had to rip off two layers of underlayment and two layers tile to get to the original wood; which turned out to pine. House is from about 1910, so this is older pine. The guys putting in the underlayment must have been paid by the nail; they drove in a lot of them. I’ll try to post a pic.
I wiped some water onto the floor to show my wife what a clear finish would look like, more or less, and she liked it. That means no staining, which works for me on all levels.
After doing a lot of reading, I am leaning towards the enduro-var, which is supposed to give the amber tone (or close to it) that I’d get from traditional, oil based finishes. It seems easy to apply. So, a few questions:
1) any one have any experience with enduro-var on floors?