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No, your floor needs to be sanded down completely prior to coating.

This can be caused by the floor being damp.

This can be caused by “pooling” where too much product has been put on one area and applying a second coat without allowing it to dry completely.

Yes, to ensure a lasting finish, two coats must be applied.

This is not recommended, rather stain the floor first and then apply Bourne Gleem.

This is not recommended, rather stain the floor first and then apply Bourne Gleem.

Yes, all surfaces being coated with Bourne Gleem Solvent Base needs to be sanded prior to application.

This is not recommended as the surface needs to be sanded before application.

This is not needed on hard wood surfaces, mainly on soft wood surfaces such as pine.

Yes, especially in between the first and second coat as small bubbles and roughness may appear after your first coat.

This is not recommended as it will not give you a gloss finish.

This is not recommended. The product must be used as supplied.

Nova 11 Brush Cleaner can be used after application to clean all apparatus.

Unfortunately the only way to rectify this problem is to sand the floor down to the original wood and thereafter commence with the re-coating process of the floor as a whole. If you only do this patch, the area you repaired will be visible when looking at the whole floor.

Nova 13 can be coated over Bourne Gleem for extra protection. Apply when the sheen lustre of the floor diminishes. Please note: you can clean your floors with a mild soap solution in order to maintain your floors. When applying Nova 13, the floor must be thoroughly dry as white blemishes or hazy murkiness will appear on the surface. This is caused due to a direct result of residual moisture on the surface.

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