Removing Paint from a heritage hardwood floor: the old school waycomments (0) October 30th, 2012 in Project Gallery
We own a hardwood floor refinishing comany in Vancouver and we are in love with restoring heritage hardwood floors. We attended many National Wood Floor Association technical schools and have been lucky enough to rub shoulders with some of the very best in the industry. This process is an idea i got from an article written in the NWFA magazine. Thank you Sprigg Lynn, Daniel Boone and Frank Kroupa for all of your help! Not only did our clients avoid removing this floor and replacing but they got one of the coolest floors we've ever done.
Design or Plan used: My own design
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