Hardwood floor refinishing for the Do it yourselfer -including repair rotting spots, removing water stains, stripping, sanding & refinishing.
From Stanley "Dirt Monkey" Genadek
Using a small handheld belt sander to refinish a floor, gap filling with shims, getting it smooth and free of specs and bumps.
From Matthias Wandel
Watch how to refinish hardwood floors instead of having to replace them. Find the detailed instructions on sanding and refinishing hardwood flooring, here: ...
From Lowe's Home Improvement
I had a blast restaining my hardwood floors, but I would do 1 thing differently. I would be very meticulous about the sanding process. With that being said, I share ...
From Helpful DIY
http://minwax.tv/topcoat Hardwood floors are a great way to add warmth to any room, and the hardwood aesthetic meshes well with most architectural styles, ...
This is the easiest way I've found to give new life to your tired old hardwood floors. No kneeling, no steel wool, no sanding, no fumes, no mess... Read more at: ...
Ron Tanner, from Houselove.org, shows you how to reclaim a damaged wood floor using a belt sander and simple tools.
From Ron Tanner
Ready to refinish those tired old stairs? Learn how to strip and sand your wood floors. Check out the video series on Refinishing Wood Stairs.
From Bauen - DIY Home Improvement
www.AFWoodFloors.ca Installation of unfinished 3/4" x 3 1/4" red oak hardwood. Floors are then rough sanded, filled, smooth sanded, polished and stained.
From A. F. Wood Floors
http://refinishahardwoodfloor.com - Refinish a hardwood floor with no sanding, no mess, and no odor. Restore the natural beauty of your hardwood floors in one ...
If your hardwood floor is looking a bit worse for wear these days, HouseSmarts is here to help, with a step-by-step process to refinish your floors with a ...