The Sanding Process begins by Punching all the nails and removing all tacks and staples when necessary.
The floor is then Drum Sanded using a course 24 grit paper, vacuumed and then puttied. A finer 60 grit paper is then used in the drum sanding and edging process.
The floor is then sanded with a rotary sander using 80 grit through to a 220 grit gauze leaving a super fine finish.
A sander polisher is used to sand up to the skirting boards, the doorways and corners are then hand sanded to ensure the best results.
The dust is blown from the walls, bench tops and cupboards then they are lightly dusted and cleaned, the floor is then vacuumed ready for coating
The sealer is applied using a roller, cutting in along the edges with a brush. A second coat is applied in the same manner allowing over night to dry.
The floor is touched up with putty, lightly cut back with a rotary sander then mopped and vacuumed.
The final coat is applied using either Matt/Satin, Semi gloss or Gloss.
The floor can be walked on the following day , however a minimum of 48 hours should be allowed before furniture is applied.
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