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  1. Hardwood vs Softwood Flooring

    Hardwood vs Softwood Flooring
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  2. Popular Wooden Flooring

    Popular Wooden Flooring
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  3. How to know when your wooden floor needs sanding

    How to know when your wooden floor needs sanding
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  4. Damaged Floor? Here's What You Need to Do

    Damaged Floor? Here's What You Need to Do
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  5. Wood Stain | Types, colours, techniques & everything in between

    Wood Stain | Types, colours, techniques & everything in between
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  6. Why You Should Hire a Floor Sander vs Purchasing One

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  7. Safety Equipment: What do you need to sand a floor?

    Safety Equipment: What do you need to sand a floor?
    DIY activities are sometimes tricky especially if you don’t have the right equipment, therefore sanding floors is an activity that requires you to keep an eye on your safety as well as the safety of people surrounding you. It’s vital that you use the right equipment for carrying out this task. Sanding produces noise, dust and dirt among other pollutants...
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  8. Health benefits of dust free sanding

    Health benefits of dust free sanding
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  9. Using the floor buffer sander the right way

    Using the floor buffer sander the right way
    Using the floor buffer is an important skill that any wood flooring professional should master. Buffing the floor is the last step in sanding, and its purpose is to remove any imperfections so that the finished product will be smooth. Since the buffer is naturally rough, it has the tendency to place scratches on the floor if not used properly. ...
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  10. How to Use Wood Filler on Wooden Floors

    How to Use Wood Filler on Wooden Floors
    If your home’s flooring is made from wood panels or floorboards and has gaps, holes, and dents, you may want to get those fixed immediately. Ignoring them can cause more serious damage in the future. For massive damages that are irreparable, replacing wood flooring is the best option. To avoid costly replacements, it’s important to keep them in tip-top shape...
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