Archive for the ‘Wood Floor Oiling Blogs’ Category

Why using Osmo Hardwax Oil for your wooden floors?

Posted on February 18th, 2011 In: Blog, Wood Floor Oiling Blogs

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If you are looking for a wooden floor sanding and finishing, you are sure to have Heard of Osmo Hardwax Oil. The fact of the matter is that it is amongst the most popular wood finish amongst industry experts. Here you can find out why. The Benefits O begin with, Osmo Harwax Oil is 100% […]

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Wooden Floor Oiling Vs Lacquering Vs Waxing. What Finish To Choose?

Posted on January 5th, 2011 In: Blog, Wood Floor Oiling Blogs

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Choosing a finish for your sanding wooden floor is an important decision. It will not only affect the way your floor looks, but it will also determine the kind and amount of care and maintenance it will require. Here are some helpful tips to aid you in making a choice. Appearance As far as appearance […]

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Don’t let your wooden floors life decrease.

Posted on January 4th, 2011 In: Blog, Wood Floor Oiling Blogs

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A fresh looking wooden floor is a thing of beauty. Unfortunately, without proper care and maintenance, this beauty can fade and ultimately die. If you want to make sure that your wooden floors last you for several decades, you need to ensure that proper care is taken. Here are some helpful tips. Avoid Water Water […]

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Getting Rid of the Possible Floor Sanding and Varnishing Troubles

Posted on November 17th, 2010 In: Blog, Wood Floor Oiling Blogs

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To play with your pets or just lie down, a carpet is very comfortable. But a properly cared for wood floor can impart a classy look to any room that no carpet can give. But when your shiny floor begins to get dull, the classy look will fade away, making it look messy and bland. […]

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Super shine

Posted on September 13th, 2010 In: Blog, Wood Floor Oiling Blogs

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After floor sanding and polishing, avoid using oil-based cleaners on lacquered floors as they leave an oily film on the wood.  Adhesion of this residue can make future buffing and recoating impossible. Use a simple damp cloth or a specialist polyurethane cleaner.  Supermarkets have several such products claiming to be suitable for hardwood floors. But […]

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