Sandless Franchise

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News   •   Nov 01, 2010 05:39 EDT

Mr.Sandless Franchise LLC

I�ve used an acrylic product I bought online. Can you still refinish my floors?

Yes! Our service can remove any of the online or over the counter inexpensive floor finishes that are on the market, even if they are chipping or uneven. Be sure to tell your service technician what you used and they will know how to take care of your floor!

I have an �engineered� floor and another laminate floor. Can you refinish these?

Yes! Our service is perfect for all of the modern engineered and laminate flooring on the market today! We can seal the floor and renew the finish for an even better protection than when it was first installed.

The best tool for putting the finish on the floor is a 10-in.-wide floor trim pad. While the pad we used is threaded to accept an extension pole, we got better control simply holding it by hand.

Before opening the container of finish, gently rock it several times to mix the contents. To avoid air bubbles, don't shake the bottle. Pour some finish into a clean plastic tray, such as a new paint-roller tray. Allow the finish to sit for about 10 minutes to let any bubbles break.

Mr.Sandless Franchise LLC Refinisher :Our finish requires two weeks for full curing. You can, however, open the area to light traffic and replace light furniture after 24 hours. Walk on the floor with soft shoes or socks, not bare feet, until the finish is completely cured. Keep rugs and carpets off the floor for the same period.
Maintenance Tips
To keep your floors in shape, vacuum or dust mop the surface regularly to keep abrasive dirt to a minimum. Periodically damp mop the floor with a hardwood floor cleaner to remove potentially corrosive oils and other contaminants. Never use paste wax, wax- or silicone-based polish, solvent- or pine-based cleaners, vinegar or ammonia on the floor. These products can make it impossible to recoat the floor in the future, and can make cleaning difficult. Finally, use glides or pads on the bottom of all furniture legs to prevent scratches and dents.