Seattle Floor Service offers four main types of floor finish for your wood floor, Polyurethane, Swedish, Waterborne, e-Floor and Osmo Polyx – Oil. Each type has its advantages, and understanding the differences between the four will help you to make the best decision. Whichever you choose, it is important to note that the single most important factor in how long the finish will last is not what type of finish is used, but how much and what kind of traffic the floor will see. Whichever finish you choose, you can be confident that the products are of the highest quality and have years of successful use and wear behind them. Regardless of finish type, the most important factors in determining the life of your floor’s finish are the degree of wear and tear it will see and how fastidiously it is maintained. A home with two adults and no children or pets, for example, may not need its floors maintained beyond regular cleaning for as many as twelve years; a home with two adults, two children and a dog may need a maintenance coating within two years, or even sooner. If there is ever a question about when maintenance coating is needed, simply give us a call, and we will be happy to take a look and advise you accordingly. With proper cleaning and maintenance, your floors may never need to be sanded again.
E-Floor Epoxy Finishing System
- There is no shrinkage – what you apply remains on the floor.
- There is virtually no odor and no solvents – no need for a respirator.
- e-Floor is ideal for use in public areas or in open malls.
- Apply a sport-floor durability finish system without the toxic hazards of traditional systems.
- You can remain in your home while the product is being applied.
E-floor shows off the beautiful color of woods, especially exotic, colorful woods. Your custom floors will show their “true colors” and be protected with epoxy-tough durability.
Osmo Polyx-Oil (Hardwax Oil)
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