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  1. Why has the second coat of TUNGSEAL or MODIFIED OIL blistered, fried or wrinkled? Why has the second coat of TUNGSEAL or MODIFIED OIL blistered, fried or wrinkled?
    ...based coatings TUNGSEAL, MODIFIED OIL GLOSS and MODIFIED OIL SATIN and is caused by the premature application of the second coat - that is application of the second coat before the first coat is ful...

  2. Why is the first coat taking too long to dry? Why is the first coat taking too long to dry?
    ...commended it will take at least twice as long to dry. We suggest you remain within the recommended application rates and if a thicker cost is required apply an additional coat. Drying at or below ...

  3. Is it OK to recoat MODIFIED OIL or TUNGSEAL with MONOTHANE (Moisture cure Polyurethane)? Is it OK to recoat MODIFIED OIL or TUNGSEAL with MONOTHANE (Moisture cure Polyurethane)?
    The major products manufactured by Urethane Coatings are detailed in the table attached (click here to download) with the FIRST COAT detailed in Column One. The SECOND COAT is shown across the top Ro...

  4. Why does poor adhesion and delamination occur with some coatings on hardwoods? Why does poor adhesion and delamination occur with some coatings on hardwoods?
    From time to time the topic of adhesion and delamination arises as an interesting point of discussion. Several factors influence and contribute to poor adhesion and/or delamination of many coatings, ...

  5. Can I use Monothane (Polyurethane) to coat Interior Concrete?Can I use Monothane (Polyurethane) to coat Interior Concrete?
    Yes, the key to success in coating interior concrete floors is the preparation. Unfortunately, some old floors that are heavily contaminated with oily substances are probably not worth the trouble of...

  6. The finish has dried with bubbles on the surface and looks like orange peel in places. What causes this?The finish has dried with bubbles on the surface and looks like orange peel in places. What causes this?
    Generally bubbles, orange peel effect and brush strokes or roller marks are a result of the application process, and can be caused by several reasons. The finish is drying too quickly. If the finish...

  7. Why has the paint near my new coating yellowed? Why has the paint near my new coating yellowed?
    The Cause This is a relatively uncommon, but recurring and often distressing problem for Floorsanders and clients alike. It occurs when a floor is coated with Polyurethane soon after the surrounding ...