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How To Complete Hardwood Floor Sanding Project In Your Home?

Posted on February 8th, 2011 In: Blog, Floor Sanding Blogs

Restoring hardwood floors require sanding. If you want to know how to go about your hardwood floors sanding project, you have come to the right place. Read on to get all the information you need.

Before Floor Sanding

The first thing you need to do is to identify whether or not your hardwood floorboards need any repair or replacement. After this is done, you need to start with gap filling techniques. The best way to fill gaps is by using strips of the same wood that has been used in the floorboards and sticking them in gaps with the help of special glue that does not deteriorate in different weather conditions or over time. Once the gap filling is done, you can proceed with the floor sanding.

Floor Sanding and After Floor Sanding

First, you need rough sanding. After that, it is time for medium sanding. The final sanding has to be extremely fine. Once you have sanded the floors, you need to vacuum clean the room thoroughly. Then, you use a rented buffer to buff the wooden floors. After the buffing, your wooden floors are ready for staining, waxing and polishing.

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