An Overview of Basic Floors Sanding


 

It is not only when your wooden floors gets damaged that you should go in for floors sanding. Sanding is something that should be done periodically to keep your wood floors in good order and enhance their longevity.  

Conventional or dust free sanding

Dust free floors sanding is recommended for those who want things to be done in an easy way without any kind of mess. It is also advised to go in for dust free sanding, if you are allergic to dust or have breathing problems. However, dust free sanding does not mean that there will be absolutely no dust. As compared to conventional methods of sanding, dust free sanding produces lesser dust. 

Types of floor sanders

 

Drum sanders are the most common type of sanders used for floors sanding. Although they are very efficient, they are very heavy to be used by an amateur. Square sanders have an advantage because of their shape. You will not require an additional edge sander to do the edges of the wall. However, square sanders are less aggressive and slow. Edging sander is the smallest type of sander that is usually used to sand the edges. Another type of sander is orbital sander. This sander has an advantage as you do not have to care about its movement in the grain direction.

 

Tips for effective floors sanding

If you have plans to sand your floors on your own, make sure that you are skilled enough to use a sander. Improper sanding might lead to a gouge or sanding mark on your floor. It is better to hire professional services of a floors sanding company to avoid such problems. Make sure that you select a right company that makes use of latest sanding technology and methods. Also make sure that the professionals are skilled enough to sand your floors without any sanding marks or any other damage.


 

 
 

 

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