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What Is Wooden Floor Restoration Techniques?

Posted on February 18th, 2012 In: Blog, Floor Restoration Blogs

Wooden floor restoration involves a process, which is as follows:

• Preparation is the stage of floor sanding and restoration at which all nails, staples and other materials that can adversely affect the sanding machines are removed. This includes removal of some adhesives that may have been used on the floor previously.

• Sanding begins with the first cut. This involves the use of heavy grit paper. The purpose of the first cut is to remove previous coatings and make the boards at the same level so that the wooden floor restoration can progress smoothly.

• Next, areas that cannot be accessed by the large sanders are covered by the edger, so that the floor sanding and restoration work will have an even look. At this stage, filling of holes and replacement of boards is carried out.

• The second cut is then done with a belt sander. The final finishing is done using a finishing machine, and the sanded floor is coated with sealants.

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