5 Frequently Asked Questions About Wood Floor Sanding
There are literally hundreds and thousands of questions that home owners have about wood floor sanding. However, it is not possible to discuss all those questions here. Hence, let us look at five frequently asked questions about wood floor sanding.
- How many times can a wooden floor be sanded?
A: It is not possible to give a definite answer to this question because the sanding process depends upon various factors. There could be different reasons for sanding. If you need to take out a deep gouge, you need sanding. It also depends upon people who are sanding the floor. It also depends upon the thickness of the wood floor.
- Is sanding Engineered Flooring possible?
A: Yes. Engineered flooring can definitely be sanded. Engineered flooring refers to a layer of solid wood on the surface and an engineered ply beneath the surface layer. This kind of flooring has grown tremendously over the past few years. Today, you can get top grade engineered floor with a quarter inch surface layer. In fact this type of flooring is great value for your money.
- What kind of sandpaper can I use?
A: In fact, you can use all grades. You can begin with the roughest grade (36 grit) and then move on to 60 grit and move on further to till you get the finest grade of sandpaper 100 grit.
Some of the other frequently asked questions include, Can I Sand the floor by hand? and Can I use a drum Sander?