Wooden Floor Restoration Made Easy
Before you begin a wooden floor restoration project, consider your options.
First, completely restoring a wooden floor involves stripping and sanding all the way down to the wood. This requires going over it with different grits of sandpaper, starting with rough and progressing to fine. Wooden floor restoration professionals use a huge sander, and another smaller sander for the edges. Once the floor is bare and smooth, they re-stain it, then put on multiple coats of polyurethane, sanding between coats.
You can do the project yourself; you’ll need to rent a sander and purchase several grades of sandpaper as well as stain and polyurethane. Unless you really enjoy this type of work, be sure to consider your effort and time lost from other activities.
If the floor is in good shape, but the finish is dull or scratched, completely restoring your wood floor may not be necessary.
Fortunately, you may not have to launch into a complete wooden floor restoration project. A simple, inexpensive floor restorer may save you a small fortune as well as incalculable time and stress. Pro Shot® Floor Restorer restores the natural beauty of your floors in one easy application, dries to a mirror-like finish in about 30-45 minutes, and is UL-listed for slip resistance. Best of all, that “new floor” look will last months and months, with no yellowing or waxy buildup. So you won’t be spending every Saturday maintaining your floors! Pro Shot® contains no petroleum and is safer for kids and pets. Wooden floor restoration is now a job you’ll be happy to choose to do.