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Use a brush or roller to apply a coat of polyurethane finish.

Follow the grain of the wood when applying the polyurethane. Let the first coat dry for six to eight hours.

Polyurethane is durable and provides a glass-smooth finish that will protect your floor. Liquids spilled on a polyurethane finish bead up and can be easily wiped away.

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