Resealing wooden floors

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Hi. I had parquetfloors installed 8 years ago. They were sealed with a polyurethane sealer - I'm not sure which one. I now want to reseal them myself. I don't want to sand the floors down completely - just roughen them up. What would be the best product to reseal them with? Bourne Gleem or Woodoc 25 or Woodoc 25w?

I want a product that lasts as long as possible, and that is as easy to maintain as possible (wash with water and soap)
 

Zonicblue

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Hi, I just had my wooden floors sanded and sealed....I'm now stuck with a problem where the floors turn white when it gets humid. What is causing this...How can it be fixed?
 

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I resealed my parquet in a new house which had carpets laid over it. Unfortunately due to the carpets had to sand alot down. I would recommend using a water based sealant as apposed to oil based. Its more expensive but doesn't have any odour and much easier to touch up at a later stage of needed. Its currently been wiped clean with a damp cloth with no issues
 
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