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Rust-Oleum Parks 5-gal. Clear Satin Oil-Based Interior Polyurethane
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Rust-Oleum Parks

5-gal. Clear Satin Oil-Based Interior Polyurethane

$97.00 /each

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Parks 5-gal. Clear Satin Polyurethane is a professional grade polyurethane recommended for all wood floors and other interior wood surfaces where a beautiful protective finish is desired. With over 50% solids, this product formula leaves a high build protective clear finish ideal for commercial and residential applications. Pro Finisher Oil Based Polyurethane is resistant to abrasion, alcohol, water, strong sunlight and high traffic.

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  • Traditional wood floor finish for any interior wood surface where a protective finish is required, ideal for residential and commercial applications
  • Higher quality resins and cobalt dryers for better wear resistance and faster drying times
  • Satin sheen
  • Covers an area of up to 2,500 sq. ft.
  • Resistant to abrasion, alcohol, water, strong sunlight and high traffic
  • Cleans up with mineral spirits
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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Can this be applied on bare wood floors without using a stain

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Old carpet was recently removed in the living room and dining room and I am wondering if this product can be applied over the clean wood floor.
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September 16, 2016
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Yes, Rust-Oleum Parks Pro Finisher Polyurethane for Floors can be used on a bare wood floor. To ensure proper adhesion, surfaces must be clean, dry, and free of wax, grease, oil, shellac,
lacquer, mildew, and polishes. Remove wax with a wax stripper, shellac with a paint stripper, and mildew with a solution of 10% household bleach and water. Old finishes in poor condition should be removed. If existing
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Yes, Rust-Oleum Parks Pro Finisher Polyurethane for Floors can be used on a bare wood floor. To ensure proper adhesion, surfaces must be clean, dry, and free of wax, grease, oil, shellac,
lacquer, mildew, and polishes. Remove wax with a wax stripper, shellac with a paint stripper, and mildew with a solution of 10% household bleach and water. Old finishes in poor condition should be removed. If existing finished wood surface or wood floor is in good condition and free from wax or other contaminates, you may recoat without totally sanding surface to bare wood. If sanding is need, sand using 150-220 grit sandpaper to obtain a smooth surface. Do not use steel wool as
rust may develop after the finish has been applied. Remove all sanding dust using a vacuum, tack cloth, or cloth dampened with mineral spirits.
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Yes, this can be applied to bare wood floors without using a stain.
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How long does it take to be completely dry (put furniture back)?

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Allow the final coat of Rust-Oleum Parks Pro Finisher Polyurethane for Floors to dry overnight before permitting light traffic or use of the surface. The finish will take up to 14 days to totally cure. Do not place area rugs on the floor and avoid exposure or washing for approximately 1 week.
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The dry-to-the-touch time is 4 hours.
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can this be applied to materials outside in sunlight

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June 13, 2016
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No, Rust-Oleum Parks Pro Finisher Polyurethane for Floors is designed for interior use only. This product does not contain UV protection or other properties to protect the surface from exposure to the outdoors.
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This item is only for interior use.
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do i need to sand between coats, or is one coat good... maple floor sanded to bare wood

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Apply thin, even coats of Rust-Oleum Parks Pro- Finisher Oil Base Polyurethane for Floors at a rate of 300-400 square feet per gallon. Thicker coats will take longer to dry. Note: A lamb’s wool applicator may apply finish heavier than necessary. Allow product to dry 6-10 hours. Overnight dry is preferred to produce a high-quality appearance. Lower temperatures and/or higher humidity may extend dry Read More
Apply thin, even coats of Rust-Oleum Parks Pro- Finisher Oil Base Polyurethane for Floors at a rate of 300-400 square feet per gallon. Thicker coats will take longer to dry. Note: A lamb’s wool applicator may apply finish heavier than necessary. Allow product to dry 6-10 hours. Overnight dry is preferred to produce a high-quality appearance. Lower temperatures and/or higher humidity may extend dry times. Sanding between coats is not required for intercoat adhesion as
long as the time between coats is less than 8 hours. However, sanding or screening between coats produces a smooth, uniform surface. A minimum of 2 coats is recommended after the sealer coat. Allow final coat to dry overnight before permitting light traffic or use of surface. The finish will take up to 14 days to totally cure.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Superb Quality - Amazing Price - Ez to Apply After shopping all day for Varnish for our floors. We could not believe how expensive this stuff is. Prices ranging from 35.00 a gallon to 113.00. When we got home, I went online hoping to find something more in our budget. after just a few google searches this product popped up from The Home Depot - Online. It was exactly what we were looking for a Professional grade Polyurethane at a price we could afford. It was easy to order and was shipped to us in just a few days and was so easy to put down on the floors and the finish is truly awesome. Our home is over 100 years old but our floors look brand new. Thanks to The Home Depot and The Home Depot - Online July 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent product at a great price! I am very pleased with this clear satin oil-based polyurethane. It dries overnight and ready for recoat. I applied oil-based stain and three coats of poly on approximately 1000 s.f. of sanded oak floors. It took about 7 gallons which equates to 425 s.f. per gallon. I recommend a light screening (sanding) with 80-120 grit screen after the first coat of poly. May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great stuff Best stuff ever application and appearance were great May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Better than expected Took carpet out of my house to reveal very neglected oak hard woods from the 1960s. After much work and sanding used this poly with lambswool applicator. Put 3 coats total and sanded with a 180-220 grit screen buffer after 1st. Waited a day or more between coats. Ventilated with box fan. Took 5.5 gallons total to do about 1000sq ft. Looks great, fiancé impressed! I waited 11 days to put furniture on and it took 15 days for smell to go away. April 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product Great product! I used it during my remodeling. Try it! December 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product! Great product, easy to open can and smooth application. Make sure you have good ventilation in the area of application. October 20, 2015
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