Floor Polyurethane, Super-Fast Drying, Gloss, 1-Gallon
Gallon, gloss, super fast drying polyurethane, for floors, oil based, durable polyurethane specifically designed for hardwood floors, dries 25% faster than our regular polyurethane, does not require sanding or screening between coats, allows many projects to be completed in 1 day, apply with a lambswool applicator or natural bristle brush, allow 3 to 4 hours between coats, can be applied over minwax stain products, item may be voc restricted in certain areas, please refer to the restricted items report on mol for a list of items that are restricted in your area.
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|Manufacturer Name||MINWAX COMPANY, THE|
Rated 4 out of 5 by JohnnyG from Reasonably happy but wished I had used a brush We just got done using this product to protect a newly-stained floor. I'm pretty happy at how things came out, with some minor exceptions. The instructions said to use an applicator, so I did. The finish end up a bit rough, and there is some puddling near some of the wall edges. In hindsight, I wish I had brushed on the poly. I think I could have spread it more thinly and evenly on my hands and knees with a brush. It was just one room, and it would have been no trouble to brush on the poly. All good though, and I'm being harder on myself than I need to be. The result is way better than what we began with, and the baseboard and shoe molding will cover most of the puddle spots, which are quite small. I'll be doing the rest of the house. We'll be using this same polyurethane for that work. I'll just be sure to brush it on for whatever room we do next.
Date published: 2021-12-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by BillD from Will never use never use again I had used a water base product by another manufacturer this summer up a camp we have on a new floor, and it worked great. When doing my family room this fall, I thought that MinWax was known as a great name in wood finishes and would be better for this application. The problem is the length of time to dry, it took WAY longer than it said. I have a wood stove and fans in the room we were doing so heat and air movement were not a problem. This stuff took way too long to dry between coats AND has not hardened in the time it was supposed to. Several days after it is still "soft" and marks and or peals very easily. Would never have used if I had read the reviews before.
Date published: 2021-12-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by marc from Garbage! Really disappointed with the results, I got different results in different rooms using same products from 2 different cans... Will never buy this again, never....
Date published: 2021-11-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by DIY Wyo from Amended Review Okay, I admit, I jumped on and gave a negative review too early. I was frustrated with the product not drying in the time advertised (and my back hurt after several long days of work). I waited an additional couple of days then put on my second coat. The additional time to wait and then needing to sand between coats added time and work but….the floors look great. So I would caution that way more than 6 hours between coats was needed.
Date published: 2021-11-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by Elly from Two different finishes on one floor I purchased 2 5 gallon cans of Satin Polyurethane for my living room floor. More than I needed, but I didn't want to have to go out and get another can. The first three coats were gorgeous satin finish. Since I had enough liquid left I decided to do a fourth coat. Yes I stirred it as I had done previously, but the results on the fourth coat is one of great disappointment. I have tow different finishes on my floor now. One high gloss and one flat. No I didn't take a break between coats, yes the can was stirred. The floor looked perfect when I was done. A day later it was divided. Now I get to re-sand and start again.
Date published: 2021-10-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by Lost faith in Minwax from Hot Garbage I am very experienced. If you don't cut this product with mineral spirits it is worthless. You cannot recoat in 8hrs as you will have to sand between coats. Does not self level. More likely you will have brush marks. Do not recommend
Date published: 2021-09-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sup23 from Dries yellow We bought this for our stair treads and we had the perfect stain color to match our floors, but after putting this product on, it totally changed the color and left a yellow hue.
Date published: 2021-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by ACRx4 from Results exceeded expectations! In the end, the floor looks terrific. Here is the story: We bought a 1960 era home with red oak flooring throughout. The surface area was about 850 sq ft. The floor had carpet that we removed to expose many areas rough from the padding that stuck to the floor. The floor was first sanded with 60 grit sandpaper but 20 grit was needed to remove the old varnish. Subsequent sanding followed with 60 and 120 grit. 1 coat of Provincial stain was applied and dried for 12 hours. After reading reviews, concern arose with respect to the poor ratings. We decided to call the minwax helpline. They answered and were happy to discuss the project. Everyone should call the number! 3 coats were applied. The first coat MUST be VERY thin. The thinner the better. Do not follow videos that show the finish being poured on and spread. Use a 10 inch lamb's wool applicator, and spread the first coat as thin as possible. Our first coat still took 8 hours to dry to not be tacky, even with 78 temps and low humidity. The second and third costs went on smooth and were thicker. Do not try and make the first coat thick. Thin it out even if some spots are not fully coated. Subsequent coats will cover those areas. In between coats, the surface was roughed up with 120 grit sand paper, using a drywall sander on a paint stick, to quickly roughen the surface. The floor was then wiped with a dry microfiber mop several times. 850 sq ft with 2-1/2 gallons for 3 coats. Finish is exceptional and the gloss is as desired. We were disappointed with the time it took for the first coat to dry, but, in the end, the finish is spectacular. The wood grain in 1960s era wood flooring is terrific. Best advice for this product is a VERY thin first coat. Make the subsequent coats be a little thicker. The second and third coats dry faster too! Highly recommend!
Date published: 2021-08-04
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