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Thanks for the super feedback, Coop!
Spreading the knowledge is great.

I have faint recollections of the American guys saying that a little experimentation may be needed in how thick the coats should be. I formed the impression that a large brush should be used, with minimal brushing, rather than a small brush and a lot of fiddling about and back-brushing, which might adversely affect the finish. Enough liquid to self level seem to be the aim.

Rubbing down in between coats wasn't mentioned and I suspect it might actually be better without. But, again, experimentation on something that doesn't matter, is the key.
 

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QUOTE I have determined that "Future" is 75% water.
But does it also contain:
< 5% Phosphates
5-15% Polycaboxylates
Unspecified Preservatives


The destructions (ie instructions for removal) say:
200-250 mls household ammonia in 3 litres of water
But that's for a floor! The dilution is around 12-15:1 - ie fairly weak.
Leave wet for 5 minutes, scrub, rinse and dry
Repeat if necessary.
 
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