If you have wooden floors in your home, it may be a blessing and a curse. Wooden floors are beautiful to look at but require a considerable amount of upkeep. If you’re wondering whether or not your wooden floors need to be restored, here are some tips…
After these three steps have been taken, it is probably time for the professionals to come in and apply the wood stain and finish. If you’d like to try it on your own, be sure to rent the sanding machines, fill in any holes with putty after sanding, spot test the stain/finish you plan to use, and avoid dragging furniture back into the room where you restored the floors to prevent further scratching.
After you’ve put in work to either refinish your wooden floors yourself or if you hired professionals to get the job done, we recommend taking extra care of your floors following the restoration for as long as possible to ensure the restoration lasts for years to come.
Once you’ve realized your wooden floors need restoration due to their scratches, discoloration, water damage, floorboard issues, or just their worn-out look, be sure to remove the moulding, sand, and remove dirt before you start the finishing process. Once the work is done, be extra careful with your newly restored floors to maintain their new look for years to come.
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