I have a 50 year old dark solid wood floor in a 1960s house that I have previously waxed with Liberon floor wax. I have no other experience with floors. As it is in a high traffic area and becoming the worse for wear I thought I would give it some tlc. First I cleaned it with Liberon floor cleaner then applied The Liberon sealer following the instuctions - 3 coats, a day apart. The finish is not good - very patchy - glossy in areas- dull in others almost gravelly in others. Undetered i thought it may improve with a coat of Liberon wax but it hasnt.
1.Is there some secret knack on the application of the sealer that I did no know?
2. Will further coats of wax eventually hide the poor finish?
3. Should I clean the whole lot off and start again - if so how?