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What's the difference between Bona Polish and Bona Revitalizer?

Answer:

Bona Hardwood Floor Revitalizer is a 100% urethane coating designed to refresh older more worn floors with a durable gloss shine. The Revitalizer may also be used to fill in minor scratches and to even out the sheen of a floor. Revitalizer is recoatable with polyurethane finishes. Use every 4-6 months to keep floors looking their best. When using the Revitalizer, the entire floor must be coated with every application. The Revitalizer will put a semi-gloss on the floor.

Bona Floor Polishes’ urethane-acrylic blend evens out the floor's appearance, restores the shine and provides a durable wear layer for protection. Bona Polishes may also be used to fill in minor scratches and to even out the sheen of a floor. It is not recoatable with polyurethane finishes or Bona Revitalizer. Use every 2-4 months to keep floors looking their best.

Bona Floor Polishes and Bona Revitalizer are safe for your floor, as long as your floor is sealed or finished, and unwaxed or unoiled. Surfaces should be sealed including the grout lines, unsealed stone or grout lines may cause staining.

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