What Do You Need to Know About Refinishing Your Wooden Floor?

by Keemo John Best Services Provider

While DIYers can save money, when it comes to refinishing podłogi drewniane, experience and know-how are essential.


As time goes by, hardwood floors can become worn and dreary. Medines grindys, on the other hand, can make a comeback, unlike other types of flooring. You only need to refinish it.


During the lifetime of a medines grindys, it may require 10 to 12 complete sanding and refinishing treatments. Depending on the thickness of the hardwood veneer, engineered wood flooring can be refinished once or twice.


A word of caution for DIYers: While doing your own Podłogi Drewniane refinishing will save you money, mistakes will show up big time.


Handling a drum sander, a hefty piece of equipment rented from a tool rental company, is the most difficult task. It's a marvel when handled properly. If you stay in one spot for too long, you'll chisel a divot that will gaze back at you for years.


Refinishing a Floor at Home

Resurfacing medines grindys is dusty and messy. Wear a suitable dust mask or respirator, as well as safety goggles and goggles, at all times. To keep dust from traveling throughout your home, cover entrances with plastic tarps and turn off compelled HVAC.


Wooden floors restoration can be done on two levels


The simplest is buffing. If the scratches and wear are just on the surface finish and the wood underlying is in good condition, buffing, also known as screening, can be used to restore the topcoat.


To restore the sheen of your podłogi drewniane topcoat, you'll need to rent a floor buffing tool with a series of screen grits. A buffing tool is less forceful and easier to use than a drum sander. Dust should be swept and vacuumed up between each grain.


Redecorate your Wooden Floor with groundwater or polyurethane flooring (about $60 per gallon).


It's important to note that podłogi drewniane that were waxed or washed with an oil soap can't be polished unless the residue has been removed beforehand. Otherwise, the result will be blotchy. Before you begin, wipe any old beeswax or oil soap with rubbing alcohol or a wax stripper.


You may totally restore old, damaged flooring by sanding and refinishing the wooden floor. It also gives you the option of staining your hardwood flooring to change the hue.


Lease a drum sanding and grade in the following order: 40 grit, 60 grit, and 100 grit. Baseboards should be removed. To avoid scorching the carpet, keep the sander moving when sanding. Because you won't be able to go too near to your walls, use a hand-held orbiting sander to eliminate the leftover finish at the margins.


Repair any fractures with color scheme wooden floor filler once you've polished down to bare medines grindys. Before adding two to three layers of finish, pour the stain and let it dry completely.


Involve a Professional

Many professional floor refinishers employ heavy-duty dust removal attachments on their equipment to keep your home clean. Depending on the complexity, professional screening costs $1 to $3 per square foot. A full sanding, staining, and refinishing job costs between $2 and $4 per square foot.

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