I pulled up some old carpeting in my house and discovered oak Parquet floor!
It looks like it could be saved if I could figure out a way to sand it down
a bit. The pattern has the grain going in different direction. Any ideas
on how to get the job done?
Chemical stripper? Or maybe a ROS and a 55-gallon drum of elbow
grease? Or, maybe rent a big-ass ROS (do they even make such an
animal?) and do it that way. OR rent a floor sander and do most of
the work, then clean it up with a ROS?
I'm just shooting from the hip, here. Maybe this can spark something
that will work for you.
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