How To Apply Bona Traffic Natural
Shake the Traffic bottle and add one bottle of Traffic Hardener; immediately shake the mixture thoroughly for 1 minute and then insert the enclosed filter.
If mixing smaller quantities of varnish then pour the required amount of varnish into a separate can.
1 litre of varnish corresponds to one part of hardener. 2 litres to two parts and so on.
The mixture of varnish/hardener should be used directly or at least within 4 hours.
Apply the lacquer using a medium pile Roller.
Roll with a smooth flowing motion alternately across and with the grain of the wood avoiding accumulations of product.
Always maintain a “wet edge” to avoid overlaps.
Allow to dry before applying further layers of lacquer.
Anticipate slightly longer drying time for each layer that is applied.
If necessary make an intermediate sanding using a screen or the Bona Scrad System grit P150 (or finer) and remove dust before applying the final layer of lacquer.
Note: If the previous layer of lacquer has been allowed more than 24 hours drying time then an intermediate sanding is always required.
The floor will take light foot traffic approximately 8 hours after the final application.
Allow the surface to dry for at least 1 week before covering with carpets or other floor coverings, or loading with heavy objects.
Also avoid damp mopping the floor during this time.