Floor Sanding and Polishing Services

Floor Sanding and Polishing by Precise Flooring

Floor sanding and polishing represent the foundation of floor restoration and enhancement, bringing new life to worn out surfaces. When it comes to interior design, beautifully finished floors wield as much influence over the ambiance and character of a space as other elements. Whether your floors are hardwood, engineered wood, or parquet, they  serve as the foundation of a room, setting your mood , aesthetics and comfort.We at” Precise Flooring”, are a team which provides you excellent and quality services at an  affordable price for all your flooring needs.

Floor Sanding  smoothes out the surface of the wood and brings it back to an even and smooth finish. It removes all kinds of scratches and damages from the surface of your floors. Floor Polishing rejuvenates old and worn out floors into spotless and brand new floors. From revitalizing old and worn out floors to enhancing the allure of modern interiors, floor sanding and polishing stand as proof to enduring pursuit of excellence in craftsmanship.Together, floor sanding and polishing breathe new life into tired floors, transforming them into new looking and shining floors .

 With preciseness, expertise, and  commitment to quality, we at” Precise Flooring”  uncover the secrets behind achieving flawless results.

Floor Sanding and Polishing

Process of Floor Sanding with Polising

  1. Preparation:

    • Firstly all furniture and fixtures are removed from the room.
    • Clean the floor thoroughly to remove any form of dust particles.
    • Inspect the floor for any nails or staples and remove them from the floor.
    • Repair any cracks, gaps, or damaged areas on the floor surface.
  2. Sanding:

    • Start with coarse grit sandpaper (around 36-60 grit) on a drum sander to remove the existing finish, scratches, and imperfections from the floor surface.
    • Work in sections, moving the sander in the direction of the wood grain.
    • Gradually switch to finer grit sandpapers (80-120 grit) to smooth out the surface and remove any remaining marks from the coarse sanding.
    • Use an edger or hand-held sander for areas that the drum sander couldn’t reach, such as edges and corners.
    • Vacuum or sweep the floor thoroughly to remove all dust and debris between sanding grits.
  3. Filling Gaps and Cracks :

    • If there are noticeable gaps or cracks between floorboards, you may choose to fill them with wood filler.
    • Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for the wood filler application, and ensure it’s dry before proceeding.
  4. Sealing:

    • Apply a wood floor sealer or stain to enhance the color and protect the wood.
    • Use a brush or roller to apply the sealer evenly, working with the grain of the wood.
    • Allow the sealer to dry completely according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
  5. Polishing:

    • Once the sealer is dry, use a fine-grit sandpaper (150-220 grit) to lightly sand the surface, creating a smooth texture for the polish to adhere to.
    • Clean the floor again to remove any dust from sanding.
    • Apply the floor polish evenly using a clean applicator pad or mop.
    • Allow the polish to dry completely between coats, following the manufacturer’s recommendations.
    • Apply multiple coats of polish as needed to achieve the desired level of shine and protection.
    • Buff the floor lightly with a buffing machine or a soft cloth to bring out the shine and remove any streaks or imperfections.
  6. Drying and Curing:

    • Allow the final coat of polish to dry and cure completely before allowing foot traffic or replacing furniture.
    • This curing process may take several hours to a few days, depending on the type of polish used and environmental conditions.
  7. Maintenance:

    • Regularly sweep or vacuum the floor to remove dirt and debris.
    • Clean up spills promptly to prevent stains and damage.
    • Use protective pads on furniture legs to prevent scratching the floor surface.
    • Periodically reapply polish or touch up areas that show signs of wear to keep the floor looking its best.

Following these steps carefully can help you achieve a beautifully sanded and polished wood floor that enhances the aesthetics of your space while providing long-lasting durability and protection.


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