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Bona®Traffic - Waterborne Wood Floor Finish - SATIN

by Bona
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Bona®Traffic - Waterborne Wood Floor Finish - SATIN + Bona- Waterborne Wood Floor Sealer
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  • Shipping Weight: 10.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0040RXD7Q
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #155,162 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Bona Traffic is a waterborne, commercial and residential hardwood floor finish. It is the industry's premium finish for durability and beauty. Designed specifically for the unique demands of heavy-traffic commercial and residential hardwood floors, Bona Traffic's advanced formula provides the ultimate in durability, outperforming any finish in the industry - moisture cure, solvent-based, oil-modified or other waterborne finishes. GREENGUARD certified for indoor air quality. Benefits Exceptional build with excellent flow and leveling UL Classified for slip resistance Excellent adhesion, recommended for recoating "prefinished UV" hardwood flooring Two-component, comes with hardener. VOC Compliant Recommended Uses Commercial and residential use shopping malls restaurants offices retail stores theater stages hospitals schools nursing home Recommended System Apply one Coat Bona sealer or Bona stain and 2 coats of Bona Traffic. Follow label directions. Adding a third coat of Bona Traffic is recommended in heavy-traffic commercial and residential areas. Coverage 350 to 400 Square Feet per Gallon

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I had my den refinished by proffesionals using the Bona Traffic.
mmilana
Within a couple of months the finish had dulled, was hard to keep clean, and showed track marks, even from stockinged feet and "inside" footwear.
N. Sander
A year later the floor looks like new, very few scratches and cleans up easily.
Nana Liz

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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By James A. Worley on October 14, 2013
I'm a flooring contractor of over 10 years and have done well over 1200 homes and businesses both myself and as a sand and finish manager for a major hardwood flooring company. Bona, is without a doubt the best water-based urethane on the market in my opinion. Time and time again, we have used Bona products on residential and commercial floors and found the product to be easy to apply, extremely durable, and very visually appealing. I'm noticing a great deal of reviews concerning the finish bonding to the wood or holding up to water and pet accidents. You MUST follow the manufacturer instructions regarding this finish. First you must make sure all existing finish is removed during a refinish job. Old oil based finish, or wax left by improper sanding creates a barrier between the Bona and the wood and does not allow it to properly bond. You must also SEAL or STAIN the floor in order to seal the wood before applying the topcoat, as wood is porous. With oil based urethanes, you can either seal them with a product such as Zinnser Bullseye, or just use the polyurethane to seal the wood, but oil based urethane is much thicker than water based. You MUST seal it first, preferably with Bona Prime. Assuming you seal the wood and have sanded it properly, then its just a matter of screening the finish with 150 grit or finer screens on a buffer and then cleaning the floor thoroughly with a vacuum and damp cloth, not a soaking wet mop. NEVER use mineral spirits, paint thinner, acetone, lacquer thinner, or any other solvent to clean the floor when using a water-based urethane. If you follow these instructions you should have absolutely no issue with a sealer coat and 2 topcoats, or 3 if it is a very high traffic area.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mito on October 27, 2010
This is an excellent product. I love it, and will use it in my new house soon. It is incredibly resistant to scratches, and the satin finish looks like an oil finish. However, the price should be about $95 per gallon including the hardener. The price this seller wants, $169, is outrageous.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By N. Sander on December 18, 2012
A little over a year ago we built a house with American cherry floors. A professional finisher was employed by our contractor and used satin finish Bona Traffic. Within a couple of months the finish had dulled, was hard to keep clean, and showed track marks, even from stockinged feet and "inside" footwear. My two dogs' nails also didn't help.
I used the Bona cleaner for this floor and now, a year later, there is perceptible buildup of cleaner such that streak marks are visible after "washing." I am in the process of having the floors redone, but not with Bona Traffic.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Nana Liz on November 20, 2012
About a year ago I had my kitchen wood floor refinished by professionals with Bona Traffic, it was worth every penny. A year later the floor looks like new, very few scratches and cleans up easily. Recently my husband sanded a bedroom floor and I was able to obtain Bona Traffic, Satin finish via the internet (it's not sold in stores); he sanded and applied the finish and it too looks fantastic. It was so much easier to apply than regular polyurethane (which he had done in the past); the finish was not only easy to apply, both coats are put on within hours of each other so the completion time is minimal. After 24 hours we were able to walk on it with socks only and now we're waiting to return the furniture to the room. The cost of doing it yourself was a fraction of the professional cost. The only drawback is the importance of renting a good floor sander; the completed work is only as good as the sanding! I highly recommend a Bona finish for wood floors!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Srw on February 20, 2013
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I used to use the Home Depot crap......after taking advice from s fellow contractor I can't believe I've ever used snugging else. It dries quickly and very durable to my two dogs
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Becky on August 7, 2013
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We used Bona to refinish our ash flooring and it looks amazing. The finish makes them look like new laminate floors. We did all of the work ourselves and only had one glitch: if you are using an oil based stain before any Bona products (including the sealer) be sure to realize that Bona is water based! You will need to wait a good 3-4 days for your oil based product to cure before applying Bona products.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jerryf on April 15, 2011
A flooring contractor used this in our bathroom remodel with an existing oak floor that he sanded down. It hardly smelled at all, and dried 3 coats in 3 days to use. When I asked about his price total ($500 for about 200sf) he mentioned that the product (Traffic) cost $100 a gal, so you can see the listed price here is high. Many places have it online at about $100gal. You should talk to the company about needed sealer on raw wood. A wonderful product. Oak floor in our bathroom looks great, clean and bright against white fixtures and tile!
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