For a more impressive floor, using first a primer and then two coats of paint or lacquer glossy. This type of floor should be maintained but carefully, because the glossy smallest speck of dust is visible and unpleasant. Let them dry for each layer, get it matte it and ends up with the final varnish.
As the grinding, very important is to always start from the opposite corner of the room and not the output of the near corner for the paint to dry as and before the exit.
Emphasizing aims to highlight the grain of the wood fibers. This easy technique can and implemented by skilled floor sanding contractor without any problem. The process is simple, namely: clean good board with a wire brush, working easily, meaning fiber, apply the paste circular sponge fine wire and fill the ribs as you work, wait until it dries, apply a coat of shellac, let it dry and rub final with a wire brush to expose the wood ribs and to prepare the ground for the implementation of special paste. Apply the paste with a sponge circular fine wire and fill the ribs as you work, removes what is extra with a soft cloth dipped in wax and polish colorless surface with soft cloth at the end. Now boards can color gradient with pastel shades of green or blue.
A skilled floor sanding Dublin contractor test before applying on a piece of wood left over from the assembly and will clarify whether the shade is the one you want. As the check is complete, tell the master to coat sample before making a final decision, the dye give different results by applying nail over it.
Now that you’re satisfied with your choice, your master may apply with a brush of 10 cm in width direction of the fiber, fast-moving paint choice.
Wood pigments have protective function and are available in several shades, water-based or solvent. Use carefully water based pigments, they dry quickly, and if not tightened well can stain darker in some places. When freshly scraped paint the floor, previously used a diluted polyurethane varnish. Remember, these are all great tips from Dublin Floor Sanding!