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Transforming Your Wood Surfaces: A Collaboration with Waterlox Wood Refinisher and Sealer

Are you tired of dull, worn-out surfaces in your home or workspace? It's time to breathe new life into your surroundings with the transformative power of Waterlox Wood Surface Cleaner and Refinisher. Whether it's a cherished heirloom piece or a beloved fixture that's seen better days, Waterlox offers a solution that goes beyond mere restoration—it's a revitalization.

Check out this video of me transforming this side table with Waterlox sealer and finisher, which was pure satisfaction! ✨ Say goodbye to dull surfaces and hello to lasting beauty. Upgrade your interior surfaces with Waterlox and witness the magic firsthand. ✨

Reminders for Best Results with Waterlox:

Use Waterlox Wood Surface Cleaner Correctly: This cleaner is designed for finished wood surfaces only. Do not use it on bare wood prior to finishing, as it can raise the grain and leave residues that hinder proper finish adhesion and drying.

Apply Adequate Coats: Ensure you apply 9-12 coats if wiping, depending on whether the wood is hard or soft, to achieve a durable finish! If you are brushing on coats, you would only need between 3-4 coats at a spread rate of 125 sq. ft. Per quart per coat.

Disclaimer: Waterlox offers a variety of finishing systems, including low VOC options and specialized exterior systems for outdoor projects. However, the Original VOC Sealer/Semi-Gloss lacks UV protection and is not suitable for exterior use.


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