Sometimes your wood floor will repair or remove marks or stains that have been badly put first. Scratches can be sanded away using well on the way sandpaper, but it is recommended that all stained steps be replaced because, according to how the spot came in the wood, you may be hard enough sand to get the stain and it could mean that section of the floor will not look the same as the rest. You can get more information about this through wood architects via https://www.wood.no/prosjekter/pabygg-baerum (also known as ‘wood arkitekter via https://www.wood.no/prosjekter/pabygg-baerum’ in Norway Language).
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If you are lucky enough to inherit a wood floor home or looking to restore a floor covered it a few years ago, you need to perform some repairs. That may include replacing sections of the old wood floor with new wood. If you need to do this, it is advisable to source timber as close as possible to match the original wood, color and type.
Once the repairs have been made, the floor must be sanded the machine for gap filling and fine finishing. With this, you can set about staining the ground at your chosen color. Sometimes the spots of your floor will be visible after the floor is sanded or even after the application of the new preferred finish. If this happens, you can choose to replace this product or leave because it adds character to your floor.
original parquet floors have been glued and pinned using copper head pins. Over the years, these eroded leaving stains around each attachment. Unfortunately, these stains can not be removed, but then, they are part of the character of the floors. When installing new parquet floors, stainless steel pins are used to avoid this problem in the future.