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Home Improvement Tip
Let's say that you have refinished your hardwood floors and have applied polyurethane. After it is dry, you notice little bumps or bubbles, so now what? Do you start over, do you sand the floor and if so what grit and how far down? Don't fret. Here is a simple tip. Wet sand the floor with 1000 grit sand paper on a block. This will remove the bumps without digging deep into the poly. The finish may become dull after this is done, so to bring it back use some rubbing compound and then polishing compound for a high shine. Another tip, make sure the floor has cured before you try to sand it.
Craig Jones, owner of Property Serv LLC. My goal is to better educate the homeowner and to make Richmond a better place to live.