- 27 Apr 2008
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Oh kiss & make up you two, next you'll be throwing tins of wax at each other
If you want to keep having a go at me or our advice, be my guest. We could also change tactics and advice all who come here for advice the best advice based on the products, experience, training etc we both have had and still receive. Before you retired you've worked with other products apparently than we. And we are always learning - that's one of the main objectives of our business: keeping up to date with all innovations, new products etc.
Nobody is gaining or winning here, specially not the DIY-ers who regard this forum as one of the best. Let's work on that.
Can you find me the safety date sheet of the ronseal you suggested, plus the whole list of ingredients then? Can't seem to find that one.
All products contain chemicals, hence always the recommendation to read and follow the instructions on the tin.
I'm sure you can agree with me that applying a varnish/lacquer finish on a new or old wooden floor is not something easy to do and best left to the professional who has many years of experiences.
Hope we're getting somewhere in the middle of the truth now Of experience and preferences.
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