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Will sandless refinishing really work?

Posted by jaz50y (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 27, 11 at 15:04

The 15 year-old oak floor in our kitchen is in great shape but the finish is definitely dulling. Is a sandless system worhwhile in this situation, where no repairs need to be made, or should it still be sanded? It was originally finished on site.

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RE: Will sandless refinishing really work?

If you are satisfied with the color and if you can accept that you may still see dents, then a screen and recoat may be all you may need.

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