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he client wanted a light, non-yellowing natural surface to the oak floors in this London property.


To deliver the required effect, a combination


of Bona White primer and Bona Traffic Natural polyurethane lacquer was applied. Depending upon how many coats are


applied, Bona White primer is designed to ‘whiten’ the surface from – as in this one coat application – simply providing a subtle pale sheen that will inhibit any yellowing over time, to a true whitewashed look when two or more coats are applied. Bona Traffic Natural was chosen as the top


coat because it maintains the non-yellowing look and feel of pure, untreated wood and, at the same time, offers superior surface durability. There are six Bona primers offering a


choice of colouration from Scandinavian white to rich amber. Using a primer as the initial surface coating is more economical than adding an extra lacquer coat. Like all Bona coatings, Bona primers are very easy to use, reduce side bonding and improve the adhesion of the lacquer. There are six Bona waterborne top coats to


offer you a solution for every environment, whether you are looking for a matt or glossy finish, a natural, untreated look, anti-slip properties or supreme surface durability. Low VOC Bona primers and lacquers meet


the stringent Greenguard emissions standards and all packs carry the Greenguard logo. The


global Greenguard Certification programme helps buyers identify products and materials that have low chemical emissions and therefore improve the quality of the air where they are used.


01908 525150 www.bona.com Enq. 148 Polyflor launches Secura luxury vinyl sheet flooring


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Polyflor, a UK residential and commercial vinyl flooring specialist, has launched its new Secura PUR collection of luxury vinyl sheet flooring, designed to create inspiring home interiors for modern living. Made in the UK, the Secura PUR range features 22 designs which authentically replicate the natural character of wood, stone and abstract materials in a practical and durable sheet format. With 12 wood effects, nine stone effects and one abstract design in the collection,


on-trend new additions include white and grey oaks alongside contemporary concrete and slate effects.


0161 767 1111 www.polyflor.com Enq. 150 We specialise in a wide range of projects including:


• Barn Conversions • Extensions • Basement Conversions


Visit: www.selfbuildfloors.co.uk Email: info@selfbuildfloors.co.uk Phone: 0114 231 5937


Bostik launches new floor levelling compound


Bostik has launched Screedmaster Speed 30, a new rapid-drying floor levelling compound with a walk on time of just 30 minutes – making it ideal for contractors who require a fast track solution for their flooring project. Formulated from the latest advances in cement technology, the Screedmaster Speed 30 will smooth sound, uneven surfaces prior to the laying of decorative floor coverings in as little as three hours, with a loose lay time of 45 minutes. Consisting of a


20kg bag and four litres of polymer liquid, the two-part product is suitable for use with under floor heating systems and will cover up to 5m². For more information visit the Bostik website.


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selfbuilder & homemaker www.sbhonline.co.uk


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