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How To Eliminate Dents And Scratch From Hardwood Floor

The thing that hardwood floor owners always try to avoid is scenes of scratches and dents on their beautiful floors. However, keeping your hardwood floors scratch and dent-free often appears to be a challenge. With even the most cautiously protected floors, dents and scratches are bound to occur from time to time. Especially when you have a pet animal at your home, i9t is difficult for you to ignore dents and scratches.

#Hardwood Repair Options

Depending on the severity of dents and scratches, you can avail of the options available to you in terms of how you should fix the damage properly. When it comes to hardwood floor repairing to remove scratches, you usually deal with a light scratch or deeper scratch. If not taken care of properly and on time, deep scratches can create dents in your hardwood floor. With proper material, neither light nor deep scratches turn out to be difficult to be removed.

#Light Scratches

Sanding the wood floor down or filling in the scratch can remove the scratch. You require mineral spirits along with a fine steel wool pad. Rub the grain along the scratch’s length. You have to fix the scratches that are caused by rubbing against the grain later on.

#Deeper Scratches

Some scratches are more difficult to deal with and need some additional work. To remove deep scratches or gouges, you have to spare 24 hours. Start with lightweight sandpaper to sand along the grain. Don’t stand too hard. After sanding, fill the scratch with wood filler. During the removal process, vacuum after each sanding.

#Dents

It is entirely different than removing scratches. Many dents can be removed by using heat and moisture to raise wood back to its original form. If something blunt or heavy strikes a hardwood floor, dents occur.

Following these tips, you can keep your hardwood floor dent and scratch-free.

 

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