Thursday, 12 July 2018
Testing with Water
First, you need to find a component of your hardwood flooring which receives a whole lot of traffic. This part is likely to be the component most in need of refinishing due to the heavy use. Have a tablespoon of water and then put it onto that part of the ground, then simply watch closely. When it beads into droplets that just rest on the top of the floor, the end is fine. If the water soaks slowly into the wood, the finish is wearing thin, and you should think about having the flooring refinished soon. If the water soaks quickly into the timber, you'll want to have the floor refinished as soon as possible. Make certain you wipe up any excess water on the wood using a paper towel and repeat the test on other regions of the flooring as necessary.
Next, locate a pair of floorboards that match imperfectly and have a deep groove between them. Add a business card into this crack as far as it could go, then mark the card where the cover of the floor hits. Take the company card out and measure the crack thickness using a ruler. When it is less than 3/4 inch heavy, call the pros at Hounslow Floor Sanding to discuss your options. When a floor is refinished, it has to be sanded down. When there is not enough left to sand, the floor will have to be replaced.
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