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Bona Red Out --- Our Honest Review --- Helps Remove the Red Tones from Red Oak

As a hardwood professional, I highly recommend Bona Red Out as a safe and effective solution to help lighten the appearance of your hardwood floors. If you prefer a lighter, natural design for your home or business, this product can help you achieve your desired results quickly and efficiently.

What's great about Bona Red Out is that it saves significant time and effort, as it is a waterborne substance that does not require water popping before staining. This makes the process easy and straightforward, with just two simple steps. You can also use it in conjunction with the full Bona Finishing System for a flawless finish.

Another benefit of using Bona Red Out is that it minimizes the red and pink tones that are often present in red oak flooring. This feature makes it an excellent choice for those who want to achieve a more natural and uniform look for their hardwood floors.

One of the standout features of this product is that it has no pot life, which means there is no waste and it can be applied to numerous jobs. It is also low-odor and quick-drying, making it a convenient option for busy homes or businesses.

Additionally, Bona Red Out is easily customizable to meet the needs of each project by diluting it with water. This feature makes it a versatile solution that can adapt to different types of flooring and finishes.

Overall, if you're looking for a reliable and effective solution to achieve a beautiful, lighter look on your hardwood floor, Bona Red Out is an ideal product for you. While it may not completely eliminate red and pink hues, it does lighten up the look and works well with our current finish systems. It is easy to use, safe, and can help you achieve your desired results quickly and efficiently.

Bona Red Out on Red Oak. Finish System Used: No. 2 Grade Red Oak Planks finished with Bona Red Out, Sealer, and Bona HD Traffic Satin.


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