Do you like the wood floor product? Or you are the owner or the collector of wood-floor product? Today doodig.com will talk about how to repair your hardwood floors, and hope it help you to manage your own floors. Check this out!
Hardwood floors will increase the value of your home as long as they are in good condition, any wood furniture are always awesome actually. If your wood floors are damaged, they can decrease your home’s value. It can lower the aesthetic value too. The most common problems that wood floor owners faced are scratches, squeaking, scuffs, and gouges. You need to determine the extent of the damage. If the stain or scratch has not penetrated the wood, you’re dealing with a surface problem before you can begin repairing. These are generally easier to deal with. A bit more effort is involved if the stain or scratch has penetrated into the wood.
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Usually, surface scratches can be repaired with a touch-up kit made for urethane finishes. Try to find these stuffs at any wood flooring retailer or online. Most common stains on a wood floor are water and pet stains. You can use floor cleaner for this kind of stains. But for more stubborn stains may require additional scrubbing with the cleaner.
Scratches on the wood can be fixed by wax the area until the scratch is no longer visible. Rubbing with steel wool can erase scuff marks. Put wax first and then hand buffing the area. Be careful when using something abrasive like steel wool on your wood floors, do not rub too hard or you can make more damage to the wood floor. You can rub the spot with fine steel wool and then wax for water stains. If this doesn’t get the stain out completely, lightly sand the area with fine sandpaper. After that do the same thing like before.
Use fine steel wool and wax also for penetrated pet stains. You can lightly sand the area with fine sandpaper, and clean it using steel wool and mineral spirits or a wood floor cleaner If this doesn’t get the stain out completely. Once the floor is dry, apply stain, wax it and then hand buff it. You can apply a household bleach or vinegar if the stains are really stubborn. Leave it fo an hour. Then rinse the floor with a damp cloth, wipe dry and smooth with fine sandpaper, and wax it then buffs it like before.
Be sure to vacuum and/or dry mop your wood flooring once a week and never to wax a floor that has been coated with a polyurethane finish. Regular maintenance will help prevent scratches and stains from penetrating into the wood.
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