Home Depot told me I didn't need anything, but I talked with several other people and they agreed it would probably be the best. My friend Kirsten Reynolds recommended Benwood, from Benjamin Moore, which indicates "A premium quality product that combines the attributes of polyurethane and acrylic to produce a clear, durable, non-yellowing finish. Finished surface provides high resistance to abrasion and protection against alcohol, water, and most household chemicals and stains." But I couldn't find a Benjamin Moore close to here, and it was so expensive... I decided to go with Polyurethane from Home Depot... which turned my floor yellow!
|After the Polyurethane|
Adam says it doesn't look too bad. He says that once I fill the space with equipment and stuff you won't even be able to see it. But, darn it!, it was sooo pretty before!! What do you say? Does it look horrible?
::insert comments about how it still looks good. Cause otherwise I might just sit and cry::