Wood Floor Care

If you have spent any time talking to your hardwood flooring professional (or reading the hardwood flooring blogs) you’ve heard the phrase “screen and recoat.” We know that people can toss around words like that in an attempt to sound knowledgeable, but in this case, the words actually means something.
Also known as "buff and coat"
The phrase “screen and recoat­” describes the process of sprucing up an existing coat of polyurethane by top-coating it. (This is sometimes referred to as "buff and coat" because the screen is often driven across the floor by a buffer). But the inclusion of the word ‘screen’ is vital because in order to get a new coat to adhere to the old one you must lightly sand or ‘screen’ it.


A screen is just a mesh encrusted with abrasive particles. Because it is a mesh, there are fewer abrasive particles per square inch, making it generally less aggressive than sandpaper (a 120-grit sanding screen, for example, will be less aggressive than 120-grit sandpaper.)
Screens are also used under thick soft pads that further soften the cutting action of the screen. This is desirable because floor screening should only leave enough texture in the floor to allow a new coat of polyurethane to bond; screening should remove only a tiny fraction of the existing finish. By using state of the art equipment and our great technical depth, we can clean and refinish any hard wood floors. We can remove stains, scuffs and blemishes without filling your office area with dust and debris.
We use 100% urethane quick dry wood floor coating with exceptional durability and shine for all types of wood . Extremely mild scent and VOC compliant no unpleasant strong lingering odor’s.

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