How to deal with non-sandable floors


There many types of floor which cannot be standing because these floors are very sensitive and can damage more if a harm material touch them roughly such as cork, bamboo, some engineered floors and the increasingly popular hand-scraped or distressed floors. It is very important to be extra careful while dealing with this type of floors. Here are some very simple steps you can follow to revive the fresh look of these floors without any sanding and make them shine.

The very first thing that you can do is the cleaning of the floor and for that, you can use pH neutral floor cleaner and if you do not have it or you do not want to use it you can simply use warm water. Wet a cloth with water or solution and start scrubbing the floor. Do not use hard cloth which can leave scratches. Before scrubbing, squeeze out the extra amount of water from the cloth.

An intelligent person will ask about every small thing that has been used during the installation of the floor from the person who has installed it and if you are that person you would know the difference between oiled floor and a lacquered floor. The oiled floor will have a little bit darker shade of orange and can get stained very easily. For oiled floor Hardwax Oil is best and if your floor is lacquer you can go for Polyurethane lacquer. A little bit of sanding with light hands with sandpaper will not be very dangerous for the floor.  Do it in a proper manner so you do not leave any area unattended. The purpose of this is to key the surface to allow the new coat to bond to the floor and prevent the new coat peeling off.

This whole process will not take very much time but you need to do it with calm and relax attitude. If you are not comfortable of doing it by yourself you can contact These people are best in their Non-Sandable Floor Renewal method.


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