Restoring the Shine to Old Hardwood Floors
Restoring the shine to old hardwood floors is an easy do it yourself project.. The cost of restoring hardwood floors depends on whether you do it yourself or hire someone. You can easily restore the shine yourself and with very little work.
Old, dull-looking hardwood floors have been through generations of families, and some have taken a real beating. Kids and pets are tough on hardwood floors, so it’s important to protect them. An industrial strength floor restorer can make beat up old hardwood floors shine like new, and protects your floors from future scratches, stains, detergents, and black heel marks..
If you’re in the market of selling your home, then you should restore all of the finished woods before listing your home. A good quality floor restorer and cabinet restorer will make all of your finished woods shine like new. The cost of restoring hardwood floors yourself, along with restoring your cabinets, paneling, doors, molding, base boards, banisters, trim, etc. is very affordable, and well worth doing.
The first step in restoring hardwood floors is to vacuum or lightly sweep the floor. If you don’t have a vacuum, use a soft bristle broom, being careful not to scratch the hardwood. Place doormats next to all of your doors leading outside. Wipe your feet, or better yet, remove your shoes when entering your home.
Next, clean your hardwood floors with a damp mop or cloth. If the floor has any worn areas, don’t use water. Water will penetrate the wood and cause warping. It’s always a good idea to dry your hardwood floors afterward. The best hardwood floor cleaner by itself, isn’t going to make a difference with how clean your floors look. Floor cleaners don’t always produce a polished, streak-free look.
A simple, inexpensive floor restorer can restore your hardwood floors, and save you a lot of money, as well as time, hassle, and the risk of serious damage to your hardwood floors. A simple, inexpensive floor restorer can restore the natural beauty of your hardwood floors in one easy application. Your old hardwood floors will shine for months and months.
Pro Shot® Floor Restorer dries to a mirror-like finish in about 30 minutes and is UL-listed for slip resistance. Pro Shot® Floor Restorer makes beat-up old hardwood floors look new. If old, ugly floors were stopping you from having company, then just apply Pro Shot® and beautiful, new-looking hardwood floors are on their way.
Why live with or think of replacing your old hardwood floors when Pro Shot® Floor Restorer will breathe new life to old floors with just one easy to apply application. Only a sponge mop is needed to apply. Pro Shot® Floor Restorer has been used successfully fo more than 20 years.
The best thing about restoring older hardwood floors is that it turns out to be cheaper and easier than you thought.