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Old 01-23-2010, 01:23 PM   #1
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I am considering Parks water borne poly for an oak wood floor
any one with experience on this product?

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Old 01-24-2010, 01:38 PM   #2
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I don't but there are a lot of nano finishes starting to show up out there. They are so new I doubt you will find many of us that have used them yet. And from what I know, most of the technology is appearing in clear finishes, not paints so far. I have read about some incredible nano-tech anti-graffiti clear coats for instance.

You might consider asking this post be moved to the flooring section? Just hit the exclamation point on the lower left of your screen and ask the moderator to make the move? Some of the guys there may have used some of the newer floor finishes. I don't get into floors much. Sorry.


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Certainly not looking to give a sales pitch here, but I own a paint store and sell some nano finishes. The one we sell is from a company called EarthPaint. I have used this stuff in my own house and must say I am a convert. This stuff can be tinted - in essence becoming a tinted poly type of product. The durability is amazing and it dries so fast that you can put on multiple coats in a short period of time. Another nice thing about these products is that there is no smell. I am not familiar with the Parks product but I am sure it works pretty much the same way. Earthpaint claims you can put on 4 coats of this stuff on a floor in the morning and move furniture in that same afternoon. Haven't tried that yet but I certainly wouldn't doubt it based on what I have seen so far..

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Certainly not looking to give a sales pitch here, but I own a paint store and sell some nano finishes. The one we sell is from a company called EarthPaint. I have used this stuff in my own house and must say I am a convert. This stuff can be tinted - in essence becoming a tinted poly type of product. The durability is amazing and it dries so fast that you can put on multiple coats in a short period of time. Another nice thing about these products is that there is no smell. I am not familiar with the Parks product but I am sure it works pretty much the same way. Earthpaint claims you can put on 4 coats of this stuff on a floor in the morning and move furniture in that same afternoon. Haven't tried that yet but I certainly wouldn't doubt it based on what I have seen so far..

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Wow! I am not sure I would try that but if you could, what a time saver.
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