Oak Hardwood Flooring – Oak wood floors can last practically forever with the right attention, but the finish of those floors is going to get worn and damaged over time. Oak floors can be sanded, of course, but each full sanding will reduce the life of a floor, so you want to avoid it, if possible. An alternative, if it is only the surface of the finish that is damaged, is to screen and re-overlook the floor, which leaves the wood intact, but puts a new surface on it.
Load the cushioned floor with the roughest degree of the screen, which will be the lowest number (grain 36 is a common starting level). Display of ground, starting along a wall and working across the room with the direction of the floorboards. Let the platform remove the top finishing layer. Change the buffer with a 60-grain screen. And repeat the selection process.
12 Picture Gallery: How to Repair Oak Hardwood Flooring
Buff with each of the next two levels of the finest screen (100 and 150), until the floor, is smooth and free of brightness. Drain through a puddle of polyurethane near one corner of the room. Sand from the hand that the polyurethane is dried with fine sandpaper, enough to dull the brightness so that the next layer will stick. Sand the second hand to hand, then it was the third layer. Let the third layer dry for 48 hours before using the soil.
This post topic: Hardwood Flooring