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Old 05-12-2010, 08:18 AM   #1
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Best way to apply polyurethane on new oak floors

I'll be installing my unfinished red oak over the weekend and I'm not set yet on the method to use for polyurethane application. I plan to use Minwax Super Fast Drying Poly. I have polyurethaned stuff before with great results, just nothing this big.

I was going to try either rolling it on or a lambswool applicator. I saw a video of someone rolling it on and it looked really easy. I've heard 1/4 inch nap roller, but anything else specific. I plan to edge with a natural bristle brush.



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