Refinishing Hardwood Floors

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Posted by: from Toronto
3/13/2012 at 12:18:48 PM

I have recently sanded my Strip Hardwood Floors and cleaned it and then stained it.

On staining I found that there are certain areas that have a sticky or glossy (it just appears it is wet when it is dry) I believe that this is termed as "crack bleeding".

Could you please advise as to how to fix this problem before I have the Clear quote applied?

Thanks for your help

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Date/Time3/14/2012 at 8:40:25 AM

Hi Vincy,

It sounds like you will have to resend the wood and then fill in the whole floor with wood filler before the final sand. I am sure you were not looking for this type of response but unfortunately this is probably the best solution to fix your problem based on what I read in your post below.

Please let me know if you have any further questions.

Best Regards,

Scott Newman

NewRidge Refinishing

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