Archive for the ‘Wood Floor Polishing Blogs’ Category

Keeping Your Hardwood Floor Happy the Natural Way

Posted on May 10th, 2013 In: Blog, Wood Floor Polishing Blogs

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Whether you have invested in a new hardwood floor or have inherited it in your new home, you will be looking to keep it healthy and shiny for as long as possible. Although there are various ways of doing just that, the best way is to treat your wood well from the moment you install […]

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Floor Stripping for the DIY-er

Posted on February 1st, 2013 In: Blog, Wood Floor Polishing Blogs

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Stripping a sanding wooden floor might seem a huge project and, depending upon the condition of the floor you may well be right. However if you would like to try your hand at stripping your hardwood floor back to basics and treating it to a suave new look then here is how to go about […]

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Floor Sanding Your London Home

Posted on December 28th, 2012 In: Blog, Wood Floor Polishing Blogs

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London townhouses and terraced homes are famous for having hardwood floors sanding cunningly disguised below years of carpet, rugs and lino. Revamp your home by getting rid of the coverings and bringing your hardwoods and parquet back to sparkling life with a floor sanding and refinishing treatment. If you feel like a challenge you can […]

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Your Hardwood Floor & You

Posted on November 30th, 2012 In: Blog, Wood Floor Polishing Blogs

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It is recognised that a good hardwood floor adds value as well as beauty to any home. But it is amazing how many people don’t maintain their floors properly, sometimes ending up having to re-finish or replace boards because they have warped or become damaged due to general lack of care. If you splash out […]

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French Bleed Flooring

Posted on November 9th, 2012 In: Blog, Wood Floor Polishing Blogs

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What is it? French bleed is the term used to describe a (usually distressed) hardwood floors sanding with darkened (usually black) chamfer points on the boards. This dark colour defines the contrast between the colour of the actual boards and the outline bevel, giving the floor a pleasingly rustic and aged appearance. Do I want […]

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