Any finish is only as as the substrate. So no matter what you apply on top of the pine it will still dent or mar just as easily. I"m not saying dont finish the floor, it should conditioned, stained and 3 coats of a good polyurethane with a light sanding between coats. If you are not familar with wood conditioner it fills the pours to provide even staining it eliminates the blotchiness of softwood. Staining will keep the floor from fading unevenly. I sold paint and stains to retailers for a number of years, and that is what the manufactures would reccomend. Hope this helps you Chuck
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