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Floor polish

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I've recently installed new flooring in my dining room, I desperately need to know a thick tough floor polish(one that isn't slick or one I can add the sand stuff to) also needs to dry within a few hours. I do all of my own work like this. Let me know if I need to post this on another forum
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What kind of floor...material?

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It's vinyl planks, nothing high acid. Don't make fun of the planks, I'm on a low budget haha
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I'll be using Zep high traffic. And then I'll use Zep high gloss. Both are non skid and floor has good texture go not slip on.
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