A buddy of mine is soon to open a small retail store in an
old venue that was, for about 20 years, a hair salon.
He refinished the floors (apparently) by sanding, and then
In most areas, the results are fine, but in some areas, he
In one section, the urethane did not adhere to the wood. He
told me that a few hours after applying it, he saw small
bubbles in that area, and that a few days later, in that
section, the urethane was completely worn off with only very
light foot traffic.
With a bit of detective work, we were able to figure out the
location of the original hair salon chairs, and the position
of the customers in those chairs.
Our guess is that years of hair related stuff had dripped
from customer's heads and had soaked into the floor
preventing the proper curing of the urethane.
Given that he has no way to know just what that "stuff"
might be, what is a reasonable way for him to proceed?
Thanks for any help on this,
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