Yes, I searched. I even found a lot of useful info, however, a few things are still not totally clear... Sorry, I'm totally clueless about this part, so please bear with me... So this is where I am now: After about 6-8 coats of TO, I sanded it level, then two more coats. Then there were two or three thicker, undiluted coats of poliurethane-alkide (the only polyurethane-based parquet floor-lacquer I could find), then level-sanding with 800, then two thinned coats, the last one left to dry for almost a week, machine-sanded with 1200, and now was this even more thinned coat, but as it was not perfectly horizontal, there are these flows and accumulations at some points; even worse, there are these very small bubble-like things... maybe it was dust? Unfortunately, the resonating sander (I have no idea how it's translated..) is still at our weekend-house, so it won't be available for some more weeks, and I'd like to finish this for Christmas... So... Should I go ahead and try to find 1200 again (that was the finest I could find), sand/wetsand, or is this not necessary with polishing? Second, how do I go about to buff it? I'll try to get a polishing pad for the drill. I'll need some polishing fluid, too, and I've also seen some reference to wax When buffing, should it be done with low or high RPM? Perpendicular to the axis or parallel? And things like that. Thanks in advance!