We sanded these maple floors last week in south Minneapolis. This bedroom had a lot of carpet adhesive and black stains from water damage. Most of the time you can’t get pet urine out of hardwood floors completely. Incoming search terms:stains after sanding
We worked on this patch today in Minnetonka. It’s a weird picture, but this is a piece of 3/4 inch thick red oak flooring from a 1950s rambler. It is stained black because hair dye or some type of paint or chemical spilled on the wood and as you can see soaked all the way through.
I hate black stains on hardwood floors. Most the time the blacks stains come from pet urine. If there is really bad water damage then that can turn the wood black also. But they totally just ruin the beauty of the hardwood floor. It’s common to have them in older homes built between 1890-1970. Incoming [...]
We buff and coated these floors the other day in Burnsville. This was a rental unit we sanded and stain about three years ago. As you can see the tenets almost destroyed the floors. Hardwood floors should not look this bad after a few years. They probably never swept the floor or cleaned them. Dirt [...]
There are two types of stains you will typically see when your sanding your Minneapolis hardwood floors. They will either be urine or water stains. Urine stains are usually black and water stains are typically grayish. If you have black urine stains then those will be difficult to remove. Incoming search terms:HOW TO GET STAINS [...]