|STEP 1 |
Repeat all the same steps as for the previous sanding, but this time the sanding belt will not clog so rapidly because the gummy finish will nearly all have been removed. Sand to the far wall, return and overlap by about 50mm again until the floor is completely sanded.
|STEP 2 |
When you are finished, change to the same grit in your edge sander and sand the areas near the wall that could not be reached with the large machine. Feather the edges carefully from the skirting boards into the previously sanded area. The floor will start to look like freshly milled timber.
|STEP 3 |
Change to a 100 grit belt and sand the entire floor again. This time, vary your starting point by beginning on the opposite side of the room. When you have finished the main body of the floor, sand along beneath the skirting boards with the finishing sander.
|Allen on 03 May 2012 ,18:32 |
Very informative. I've follow the steps you said in your blog - it's true, I saw the changes in my floor. It has made a big difference from the old one, It looks new.
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