Key Beneifts of Classic+
- No mixing needed
- Cheaper finish
- Easy to apply
Product Brand: Duraseal
Product Currency: USD
Product Price: $85
Product In-Stock: Yes
Polyurethane is a popular choice for wood floor finishes because it is simple to use and enhances the natural beauty of wood. Duraseal Waterbased Polyurethane is a particularly forgiving finish that is easy to apply, making it a great option for both professionals. It comes in four different sheen levels – matte, satin, semi-gloss, and gloss – so you can choose the one that best suits your needs.
One of the key benefits of Duraseal Waterbased Polyurethane is its durability. While it is a water-based finish, it offers the same level of protection as traditional polyurethane, making it suitable for use in high traffic areas. It can be applied over stains, Duraseal sealers, and other Duraseal products, making it a versatile choice for a wide range of wood flooring projects.
DuraSeal Waterbased Polyurethane FAQ’s
Roller or t-bar is the perferred method of applying the DUraseal waterbased polyurethane.
Yes, you are able to hot coat the floor. We recommend hot coating within 12 hours to get best adhesion.
Yes, for up to a year, the finish should be good to use on multiple jobs.
Duraseal Waterbased Polyurethane makes your wood have the look oil but the ease of waterbased finish.
Technical Specs for Waterbased Polyurethane
|Coverage||Approx. 500 – 600 sq ft per gallon|
|Storage & Working Temp:||Store between 50° and 70°F (10-20°C)* and apply at room temperature 65-80°F (18-25°C) for best results**|
|Application Tools:||T-Bar applicator, brush, cut-in pad or waterborne roller.|
|Fully Cured:||After approx. 7 days**|
|Foot Traffic:||After approx. 2-3 hours**|
|Drying Time:||Approx. 30-90 min**|
|Packaging||1 U.S. plastic gallon|
|Clarity:||Clear when dry, non-yellowing (not UV sensitive)|
|Stability:||Min. 12 months*|
|VOC Content:||VOC does not exceed 240 grams per gallon|
|Gloss Level (60˚):||20, 45, 90|
|Sheens:||Satin, Semi-Gloss, Gloss|
|Solids:||32% for Satin|
|Color||Milky when wet, clear when dry|
|Recommoned Uses:||Residential & Light Commercial|