What To Do When Polyurethane doesn’t Dry?

Sometimes it can happen that the oil-based polyurethane does not dry well. This does not probably really means it is a bad polyurethane. It is more likely that the wood you are working on contains natural oil, or perhaps you have applied oil to the wood, and it has not dried.  In both cases, it … Read more

Is Vinegar Safe On Hardwood Floors?

No, it is not safe on the hardwood floors. It is advisable to avoid using vinegar and water to clean such floors. Using vinegar and water as a household solution for cleaning wooden floors can negatively affect your floor.  You must remember that when cleaning your hardwood floors, it is not the wood that is … Read more

How To Disinfect Hardwood Floors

Wooden floors are a thing of beauty or elegance in any home. Therefore the charm has to be preserved. Like any other flooring surface, hardwood wood floors need to be disinfected regularly to kill bacteria and germs built upon the surface. Floor disinfection is one way of ensuring the safety of occupants. Disinfection kills bacteria … Read more

How Long Does it Take for Polyurethane to Dry?

It takes 24 hours for oil-based polyurethane and 6 hours for water-based polyurethane to dry. This would allow you to walk on it with socks and also move on to the next step in the application process (sanding or applying the next layer). It is essential to point out that dry time is different from … Read more