Refinishing Hardwood Floors Without Sanding

The best way to refinish hardwood floors is without sanding. If you’re refinishing the floor yourself, choose an industrial strength floor restorer that’s easy to apply. Polyurethane contains petroleum, and has an offensive odor with smelly fumes. However, a water-based floor restorer will contain no petroleum, so there’s no smelly fumes, and it’s a better choice for kids and pets.

In 1996, I witnessed what happens to hardwood floors when using a sander. My neighbor wanted to save money, so he rented a sander to refinish his hardwood floors. I remember going over to his house and seeing a lot of wood dust; it was covering everything in his living room, dining room, and kitchen. What a big mess. He also ruined a section of his hardwood floor, because he used the sander for too long in one spot. The hardwood floors were uneven in one section. It wasn’t a very big area, but nonetheless, you could tell the floors were damaged for good.

Hardwood Floor Refinishing is really not a job for amateurs, and you don’t want to end up ruining your floors only to buy new ones.

Refinishing hardwood floors without sanding is an easy, do it yourself project. Your only decision should be what kind of floor restorer to buy. Will you use polyurethane or a water-based finish? If you use a water-based floor restorer, you won’t have to leave your home. Also, look for a floor restorer that requires only one coat. Some floor restorers tell you to apply 3 or more coats, and to wait 12-24 hours between coats. That’s a lot of extra work and time.

Polyurethane contains oil, so it smells really bad. If you have kids or pets, consider using a water-based floor restorer, since it contains no petroleum. Kids and pets pretty much live on the floor, so consider going with a water-based floor restorer.

Pro Shot® Floor Restorer makes refinishing wood floors a breeze. Pro Shot® renews the shine to hardwood floors. It’s a water-based floor restorer & finish that goes down smooth. All you need is a sponge mop to apply it. After you clean and dry your hardwood floors, pour Pro Shot® directly to the floor and gently glide the sponge mop back and forth. One coat is all you need. If you want your hardwood floors to shine more, or need additional protection, apply a second coat after the first coat is dry. It’s your choice.

Pro Shot® is UL Listed as to slip resistance, and contains no petroleum, so it has no smelly fumes or offensive odor. There’s no mess, and it dries in about 30 minutes. Pro Shot® protects hardwood floors from future scratches, and you won’t have to rent a floor sander or a floor buffer either.

Refinishing hardwood floors without sanding is what Pro Shot® has been doing for more than 20 years. Try some today and discover why Pro Shot® Floor Restorer consistently receives five-stars from online shopping networks.

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