Resetting The Cedar Tongue And Groove
Cedar tongue and groove – Cedar tongue and groove floors is not quite as durable as oak or other wood species. But is done in the same way: with stain, topped with clear gloss, either polyurethane or varnish. Do not grind down the cedar floor when it starts to look dingy and worn, as the word may not be able to endure. A better solution is to screen the floor, which only removes the top layer of gloss without digging into wood. So you can add new polyurethane for a new look.
Resetting the cedar tongue and groove, set the leased buffer with a rough coating screen. And then run buffer over cedar floor in the direction of the floor boards. And using a forward and back motion with the machine to remove most of the polished surface. Vacuum the dust. Fill the medium screening pad on the buffer. Screen floor a third time with the fine screen, making the surface smooth and flat. Then vacuum well. Wipe up the floor with dry tack cloths to remove any remaining dust. Spread polyurethane cedar boards with a brush, beginning at the far corner of the room from the entrance. Brush on the direction of the floor panels, keeping the gloss thin and flexible and to avoid the formation of bubbles. Cover the entire floor.
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As a result let polyurethane sat for six hours. Sand by hand and easily, with the help of extra fine sandpaper. Wipe up the dust with tack cloths. Apply the second layer of polyurethane in the same way as the first, in a smooth, thin layer. Let dry. Polishing the hand. Wipe up the dust with tack cloths. Finally to resetting the cedar tongue and groove. Brush on a third layer of polyurethane. Let it stand for 24 hours.