Bruce Fresh Finish for wood floors, 32 oz

  • Bruce Fresh Finish for wood floors, 32 oz
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Mfr. Part No:W165
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Product Description

Bruce Fresh Finish, 32-ounce, for urethane-finished hardwood floors by Bruce, Robbins & Armstrong.

Make your residential Armstrong, Robbins and Bruce urethane finished hardwood floors sparkle like new using this 32-ounce bottle of Bruce Fresh Finish for Wood Floors. As part of the Armstrong family of products, Bruce Fresh Finish coats floors with a regular gloss urethane finish that adds shine while protecting your floors from nicks and scratches. It offers a quick, easy and DIY solution for adding new life to dull, worn and old hardwood floors and is an excellent alternative to resanding and recoating procedures. Fresh Finish is designed only for use on your semi-gloss to high-gloss no-wax, urethane finish floors. This Bruce hardwood floor cleaner is easy to apply in your high-traffic areas, including in the living room, hallways, stairways and more. It offers a long-lasting shine that will help revive older floors and makes a great alternative to resanding and recoating. With Bruce Fresh Finish, urethane top coat floors will be restored to their original brilliance. 1877FloorGuy is an expert on hardwood floor care products, so we can always assist you with finding the right cleaner for your floor.

For floors that specify the use of Armstrong Restore Hardwood Floor Finish, Bruce Fresh Finish is the replacement product recommended by the flooring brand.

Coverage: 500 square feet per quart.

  • Revives dull, worn and older floors
  • Easy to apply in high-traffic areas and all over
  • Provides long-lasting shine and protection
  • Only available in a 32-ounce size
  • Safety Data Sheet: Bruce Fresh Finish SDS

Directions for Use:

  1. Clean floor.
  2. Apply Fresh Finish according to instructions on product label.
  3. Allow floor to dry. Do not walk on floor until dry.

Read product label prior to use. Try in a small, inconspicuous area before treating entire floor.