Hardwood floors can take a beating on a daily basis, especially in high-traffic areas. Over time, this can lead to scratches, scuffs and finish wear that can make a consumer’s home look less than its best. Luckily, retailers can carry a wide variety of products for restoring hardwood floors and assist customers in determining what level of refinishing their floors may need, from a complete restoration to a simple refresh of the shine. Some refinishing products include:
- Rejuvenate Hardwood Floor Care (http://www.rejuvenateproducts.com)
- Bona cleaners and refreshers (https://us.bona.com/products.html)
- Minwax Hardwood Floor Reviver (http://www.minwax.com/wood-products/hardwood-floors/minwax-hardwood-floor-reviver)
- Stains and Polyurethanes, available from several companies, such as Cabot Stain (http://www.cabotstain.com), Sherwin-Williams (http://www.sherwin-williams.com), Dura Seal (http://www.duraseal.com/), or Varathane (http://www.rustoleum.com)
Additionally, hardwood repair requires many tools and accessories to complete the project, such as floor scrapers and pry bars, rollers and applicators, tack cloths, brushes, wood fillers, wood repair stain sticks, putty knives, gloves, dust masks, sandpaper and steel wool. And don’t forget the right cleaning supplies to help keep refinished floors looking like new!