Wood Sanding & Lacquer

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  1. PREPARATION OF THE FLOOR BEFORE SANDING
    We will inspect the floor to ensure all nails are well below the wood surface. All loose board will be secured before sanding commence.

  2. HIGH-FILTRATION VACUUM
    Removal of dry soil and particles that might cause damage to the floor during the sanding process.

  3. SANDING OF THE MAIN FLOOR AREA
    The system we use is 95% dust free as we use an advanced extraction system. Different grit values on the bell sander will ensure a quality finish.
  1. EDGES AND DETAILED SANDING
    Our edging sander delivers a uniform finished to all edges and hard to reach places under fixes furniture and radiators.

  2. FINAL FINISHING: ROTARY SANDING
    A super fine grit sanding system will deliver a superior and even finish to the whole floor area. This is done by means of a rotary sander.

  3. FINE DUST REMOVAL
    Highly efficient vacuum system is used for the thorough removal of any dust particles from the freshly sanded wooden floor.
Application of a Primer to the sanded floor followed by one coat of water-based lacquer.

Once the first coat has cured, the floor will be prepared for a further 2 coats of lacquer. Be aware that if will take up to 8 hours* for the floor to cure enough to allow light foot traffic. Furniture can only move back 24 hours* after foot traffic has commenced. (Avoid at all cost dragging furniture on a freshly lacquered floor surface.)

*Curing and drying time depends on weather conditions and airflow-floors much quicker

What is the difference between oil and lacquer?