As most of you know I have a geriatric dog. This means he doesn't quite have the bladder control he once had and sometimes when I get in from work there's a puddle for me to clean up. Which is not a problem as I don't have carpets any more and it literally takes a couple of minutes to wipe it up, spray antibac on the floor and dry it off as thoroughly as I can.
However, that puddle might have been there a few hours before I get home, and I've noticed a few cracks appearing in the floor where the wood has expanded and contracted again. It's only been down a few years and was expensive as it's solid oak, not laminate, so naturally I want to save it!
Someone advised I sand the floor and then apply a couple of coats of boat varnish. However, I really don't want the uber shiny finish that'll give it as I think it cheapens the look of the wood (sorry to those with varnished floors).
Anyone know of a product to seal the floor and maintain the silk/semi matte finish?