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Posted by John on October 19th, 1997 08:36 PM
In reply to WHITEWASHING PINE FLOORING by J DAVELL on October 18th, 1997 07:42 PM [Go to top of thread]

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You are almost there. You will find that a white pickling stain (i.e. ben moore) applied by brush and then wiped will give the proper whitewash you are looking for. You must then coat the area with a non-yellowing water based polyurethane. This will ensure that the floor will remain white, otherwise it will turn amber if an oil-modified poly is applied. I would recommend at least four coats, given the fact that the floor is soft pine, go with five.

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