How to Fix/Repair The Discolored Hardwood Floor?
Here are some of the steps by which the customers can easily fix the discolored hardwood floors:
- Gather All The Material And Tools: The customers need to start by gathering all the tools and the materials they require while performing the procedure like a Floor Buffer, Floor screens, Vacuum, Paintbrush, Polyurethane gloss, and the soft cloth.
- Use The Floor Buffer: The customers need to use the Floor Buffer and rub it vigorously in the back and forth motion on the floor in order to remove the old finish on the floor. The customers then need to use the vacuum cleaner in order to clean all the dust from the Hardwood Floor.
- Use The 80 And 120 Grit Screens: Once the floor is cleaned completely the customers then need to replenish the Floor buffer with the 80 grit floor screen and then rub it again over the hardwood floor and then use the vacuum again to remove the dust. The customers then need to replenish the floor buffer with the 120-grit floor screen and then rub it once again on the hardwood floor.
- Apply The Layer Of The Polyurethane: The customers then need to Spread the polyurethane layer on the hardwood floor by using the paintbrush and then allow the polyurethane coat to dry completely for near about 8 hours.
- Apply Two More Coats Of The Polyurethane: Once the Polyurethane coat dries completely the customers then need to use the sandpaper and rub it gently over the Polyurethane coat in order to dull the shiny gloss of the hardwood floor. The customers then need to clean all the dust from the floor. They finally need to apply two more coats of the Polyurethane to the hardwood floor and then let it dry for near about 24 hours.