Products & Maintenance

Products to Maintain Natural Floors

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WOCA Master Oil

WOCA Master Oil may be used on all unfinished, freshly sanded and newly laid wood floors in all wood species. To be used on untreated and lye primed woodwork such as interior floors, stairs, panels and furniture.

WOCA Diamond Oil

Oiling of wooden floors and suitable for all types of wood floors
Waterproof, Extremely high solids content, Extremely hard-wearing surface and Fast-drying.

Bona IntenseSeal

Specifically formulated waterborne sanding sealer that develops a vibrant look and deep, natural tone to individual wood species. Unique “wet look” appearance accentuates the natural pigmentation and color characteristics of the wood.

Bona Traffic HD

Traffic HD® is for hardwood floor owners with an uncompromising attitude towards durability, lasting beauty and sustainable solutions. Significantly outperforms all urethane finishes, including Bona Traffic, in durability at 24 hours. Very low VOCs – less than 150 g/L, nonflammable and non-offending odor

DuraSeal Quick Coat

DuraSeal®Quick Coat Penetrating Finish is a semi-transparent stain formulated to seal, color and provide exceptional durability when used on bare wood and masonry surfaces. This rich blend of oil and resin gives hardwood floors a soft, satiny sheen.

Bona AmberSeal

AmberSeal adds an aged look. A non-yellowing, poly-tone waterborne sanding sealer that provides an oil-based look to hardwood floors. Can be used with all Bona waterborne finishes over both stained and unstained floors.

ProCoat® H2Oil®

ProCoat® H2Oil® is a one-component oil modified water based urethane. This high performance coating has the depth and gloss of an oil modified urethane, minus the harsh chemicals! H2Oil® self-crosslinks when exposed to oxygen to develop an extremely durable film. H2Oil® exhibits outstanding scuff, mar and chemical resistance. This product is recommended for residential, sport and commercial applications.

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