TWO POWERFUL PROCESSES FOR BEAUTIFUL FLOORS

shutterstock_591495278The Floor Sanding Anerley group has developed two tremendously successful, simple to implement, inexpensive processes that will assist you beautify your floors.

Maybe your Anerley Area home’s hardwood flooring have been gouged and scratched thanks to a resident dogs and/or children. Or perhaps you’re remodeling a condominium which overlooks the Anerley, and you are struggling to determine how to deal with dull, worn finishes and scuff marks left from the last owner. The team here at Floor Sanding Anerley has developed two tremendously powerful, simple to implement, inexpensive processes that will assist you beautify your floors.

1. RX for Wood Floors

This superb merchandise does away with many traditional floor beautification processes, such as sanding, and it eliminates the need for special ventilation or odor removal methods. Even better, RX for Wood Floors burnishes the wood’s inborn colour. This rejuvenation system uses a urethane procedure to revive flooring to their prior beauty and eliminate penetrating scuff marks, scratches due to heavy traffic, gouges, and dullness.

We can execute the RX for Wood Floors procedure in just a day, in general. First we use”virtual sanding” (using compounds ) to eliminate the previous finish to prep the floor to get a better top coat. This is easier than traditional sanding, and it does not release tiny little particles of dust and old finish into the atmosphere. Floor Sanding Anerley professionals; we will repair the surface and put on the finish. Finally, the RX for Wood Floors product catalyzes the finish and locks in the beautiful restored aesthetic.

 

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