Bona sells two waterborne polyurethane topcoats; Mega is the cheaper and less protective of those two options. Have no fear, this is still a superior product! But in places like upstairs bedrooms where you don’t wear through a floor finish as fast, this is the more sensible and economical choice.
Mega still requires one of the Bona sealer/primer coats (DriFast, Amberseal, ClassicSeal, NaturalSeal, or NordicSeal) to be applied to the bare wood first, and two coats of Mega are applied over that.
Mega is a waterborne polyurethane, but it is not quite as colorless as other water-based finishes – there is a faint amber tint that becomes more noticeable over time. If you are looking long-term clarity, consider Bona Traffic, Pallmann Pall-X 96, or Pall-X Power instead. But, if you really need that deep amber color on your floor, Mega will disappoint. If you need that much golden, use Bona’s Dri-Fast oil-based sealer as your primer coat, or skip the waterborne entirely and go with three layers of an oil-based finish.
Recommended application: t-bar
Water clean up
Comes in four different sheen levels: Gloss, Semigloss, Satin, or Extra Matte
Allow at least four hours between coats; never apply Mega over a tacky first coat!
No abrasion necessary between coats if they are applied less than 48 hours apart.
Agitate gently for one minute before applying.
Do not allow this product to freeze! Because we ship out of Minnesota, we will occasionally need to restrict shipping dates for this product, depending on weather conditions.