• Flooring
    • Do you sell clear (no colour) floor varnish?
      • Our Diamond Hard Floor Varnish is available in Clear Gloss, Satin and Matt. It's also available in a range of Satin colours. We don't recommend applying over paint, as they can react and discolour the paint.

        You can see our full range of Floor Varnishes here

    • Can I use wood varnish on laminate floor?
      • You can only use wood varnish on wooden floors or 'revarnish' laminate floors, as it won't stick to laminate flooring.

        If you want to refresh your laminate flooring, try our Laminate Floor Seal. It'll bring back the shine to your worn laminate flooring, as well as covering small scratches and scuffs.

        This is easy to apply. All you need is the product, a clean floor and a cloth. Apply it evenly over the surface and that's it. You're done!

    • What can I use to treat polyurethane floor?
      • Tools required

        120 grade sandpaper

        Polyurethane Floor Lacquer

        Wood Filler


        White Spirit

        240 grade sandpaper

        To treat polyurethane flooring, use our Polyurethane Floor Lacquer. It protects against scratches, knocks and scuffs and can be used on domestic or commercial flooring.

        You'll need to first sand and previous coatings before use.

        If you need to quickly treat flooring, our Quick Cure Floor Seal is touch dry in 30 minutes and can be recoated in 90 minutes.

    • Which of your products replaces the Contract Quick Cure Floor Seal?
      • Our Contractor Quick Cure Floor Seal has been replaced by our Quick Cure Floor Seal.

        Quick Cure Floor Seal is extra durable against heavy foot traffic and chemicals.

        It can be used on domestic and commercial flooring. It's touch dry in just 30 minutes and can be recoated in 90 minutes. Simple!

    • Which heavy duty floor paint would you recommend?
      • If this is a commercial / industrial environment we would not recommend any of our products.

    • Can I paint a floor with a roller?
      • Yes, you can use either a good quality synthetic brush or a roller with our floor paints. Using a roller will be quicker, but you may need to put an extra coat on, as each coat will be thinner than applying by brush.

    • Can I put varnish over floor paint?
      • Floor Paint should be tough enough to withstand any wear and tear. However if you wanted to varnish over, we wouldn't recommend it, as varnishes intended for use indoors can react with the paint and cause a yellowing effect. This includes waterbased varnishes that would be clear without this reaction.

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