Bona Traffic HD Raw 5L (4.54L includes hardener 0.41L). Offers a high level of protection for wooden floors while maintaining the look and feel of untreated wood. A premium product for a premium look. Its unique surface structure creates a soft, haptic feeling which is not only a pleasure to walk on but has a high slip safety making it great for homes with children and pets. Safe in both application and in use as shown in EC1PLUS classification for very low impact on the indoor air environment. Clear, non-yellowing formula.
To enhance the raw appearance apply a primer coat (1st coat) of Bona Natural Primer.
- Keeps the look and feel of raw wood
- Lacquered protection with natural impression
- Easy and safe to apply (recommended Bona Super Coat Roller)
- High slip safety
- Ultra matt finish
- Unmatched speed and durability
- Allows full traffic after 12 hours
- Excellent flow and levelling
- Low in odour and VOC (<5%)
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Q. Do I have to mix all of the lacquer and hardener together at the same time?
A. No, however it is important to get the mixing correct, we would recommend purchasing a Bona mixing bottle, this will allow for precise measuring.
Q. What is the untreated/raw look of timber?
A. Generally this is the colour of the timber prior to any coating/finishing or a fully sanded timber surface.
Q. Will my wood flooring need to be primed before applying Bona Traffic HD Raw?
A. Yes, it is very important to use a bona primer. Due to the strength of Bona traffic HD a Bona primer will help prevent side bonding (joining individual planks/pieces together) allowing timber to move with fluctuations in temperature and humidity.
Q. What is the best primer for the raw look?
A. One coat of Bona Natural primer.
Q. How much will 5L of Traffic HD cover ?
A. As a general rule 1L of lacquer will cover approximately 10m2 of timber flooring, this means 5L of Traffic HD will cover approximately 50m2 in total (one coat). Although 5L has been known to cover up to 60m2 (one coat).
Q. Does Bona traffic HD Raw work on all timber species?
A. The quick answer is yes, however the best results seem to be on pine and oak timber floors. Due to the white pigment used in the Bona natural primer Some exotic hardwoods (red woods etc) may not have the desired effect.