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Bona Adhesive products update

The range of Bona moisture barriers and adhesives has been expanded.  Bona has options to suit every project with 3 types of moisture barrier and 2 adhesives now available; just select which products and application methods best suit the job.

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The easiest way to choose the right finish specification for your project

Bona has updated its popular Non-Toxic Timber Floor Finishes Guide for specifiers.  It now includes Bona White, Bona Traffic HD Anti-slip, Bona Traffic Natural and Bona DriFast Stain.  In addition  it has been expanded to give more detailed technical detail regarding wear resistance, sheen levels, VOC levels, slip resistance, etc.

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Industry professionals you can trust

In line with Bona’s policy of providing the best products together with the best technical service Bona has introduced the Bona Certified Contractor programme throughout their worldwide distribution network.

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A new way to colour floors

Staining timber floors white can be a frustrating process. White stains when used well can produce stunning results but they can be awkward to apply due to their high solids content and often the final appearance can have less depth of colour than expected.

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A P3 rating with a smooth matt finish

Bona has developed Traffic HD Anti-Slip to bring the benefits of Bona Traffic HD together with performance that meets the Australian building industry’s slip resistance standards. Traffic HD Anti-Slip surpasses the P3 rating needed for floors and staircases in both commercial and domestic buildings whilst giving excellent performance with regard to wear, scuff and scratch resistance.

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See the wood not the finish

Following on from the success of Bona Naturale over the past 9 years Bona have decided to bring the system into the Bona Traffic range.  This will streamline the specification process with Bona Prime Intense, Classic or the new Bona White being able to be used as the initial application, depending upon the timber species.  For domestic floors a 2 coat specification can be used with commercial or more heavily trafficked situations requiring a 3 coat specification.

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Harder wearing and quicker reoccupation

Building on the strong reputation of Bona Traffic, Bona has now taken another step forward with the introduction of Bona Traffic HD (Heavy Duty). Offering fantastic scratch, scuff and chemical resistance combined with a significantly higher wear resistance, over 60% better compared to the already high standards of Bona Traffic, Traffic HD takes commercial timber floor finishes to another level. Add to this a 40% lowering of the solvent content and early development of all of the performance factors which means that after 24 hours Traffic HD is already able to be put back into full use.

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Harder wearing and quicker reoccupation

Bona Traffic HD is a water-based 2 component top coat designed for use in public areas subject to very high levels of traffic but equally suitable for a very busy home. Traffic HD offers fantastic scratch, scuff and chemical resistance combined with a significantly higher wear resistance compared to the already high standards of Bona Traffic. Add to this a 40% lowering of the solvent content and early development of all of the performance factors which means that, in good conditions, after 24 hours Traffic HD is already able to be put back into full use.

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Now available at Carpet Court

Bona Floor Care products are now available at selected Carpet Court stores across Australia.
For details of your closest Carpet Court store, view the Retail Stockists directory for listings in your state.

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A P3 rating with a smooth matt finish 

Bona has developed Traffic HD Anti-Slip to bring the benefits of Bona Traffic HD together with performance that meets the Australian building industry’s slip resistance standards.

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