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What You Know About Sanding Parquet Floor And Parquet Floor Restoration?

Posted on February 24th, 2012 In: Blog, Floor Restoration Blogs

Several important points have to be kept in mind when carrying out parquet floor restoration.
Given below are some pointers which will make the job easier:
When looking for sourcing missing blocks during restoration, don’t forget to look under cupboards – very often you will find that a parquet floor has been laid below a cupboard as well.

To check for loose boards before starting parquet floor sanding, walk over the entire floor. Boards that shift under your weight will require attention.

When sourcing missing blocks from a reclamation yard for your parquet floor restoration project, make sure that the blocks are from the same source to prevent mismatch.

In order to ensure a uniform finish over the whole floor whilesanding parquet floor, sand the whole area and not just the replaced blocks.
Before starting parquet floor sanding, remove the old finish existing on the parquet floor, as this could render the sand paper useless by clogging it.

It is advisable to start sanding from one end of the room and push the belt- sander to the other end. Then walk back over the same area, sanding over it again. Once the whole room is covered in this way, turn at a 90° angle and then do the whole room again in the same manner.

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