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Should You Finish Your Pine Floorboards With Polyurethane Or Hard Wax Oil?

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When you decide to have your pine floorboards stripped back, you’ll also have to decide on a finish to protect the wood. Pine is a soft wood, so in order for your flooring to last several years, you’ll need a finish that’s suitable for the amount and type of foot traffic the floor is exposed to. You’ll want the flooring in high-traffic areas of your home to be easy to maintain and able to cope with spills and wet shoes.…

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Crimes Against Flooring? 2 Removable Options For Covering Up Horrible Flooring In Your Rental Property

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The rental market in Australia is a competitive one, especially if you’re looking for an affordable property in a major urban area. Unfortunately, this often means that you have to live in a property that has less than attractive flooring. Ugly and stained carpets, dated and garish tiles and lurid linoleum straight out of the ‘70s are all crimes against flooring which you may encounter in one or all of your rental property’s rooms.…

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Restoring Wooden Floors in Your Church

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Many churches are valued for their historic status, and restoration can help to give a new lease of life to churches that have been neglected over the years. Flooring is one area that’s commonly in need of some attention. With so many people passing in and out, it’s no surprise that wooden floors inside your church might start to lose their original appearance. Luckily, wooden floors are fairly easy to restore to their former glory through sanding and polishing.…

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