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Hardwood Floor in Kitchen
jfinnegan
June 10, 2012 in Design Dilemma
When using hardwood floor in a kitchen do you need to do anything differently regarding the number of coats of polyurethane or type of finish?
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Emily Hurley
Hi jfinnegan, Did you decide to use hardwood in your kitchen? I've almost always had hardwood in my kitchens and with an open floor plan, I've had the same flooring throughout. I haven't had to add any extra coatings. Would love to hear what you decided and how it turned out!
December 13, 2012 at 5:14pm   
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