When is time to sand and finish?

When is it time to sand and finish?

Bona recommends sanding and finishing when the hardwood floor is dulling, or has moderate to severe scratches. Also, if the finish has worn off to bare wood in high traffic areas, or if the homeowner wants to change the color or sheen of the floor, it may be time to sand and finish.

Why Bona sanding?

  • Virtually eliminates airborne dust, which minimizes clean-up headaches and reduces airborne particulates that can be harmful to your health
  • No dust trapped in air vents or permeating your home
  • No plastic hanging in your home = no timely clean-up
  • No need to vacate the home during the process
  • GREENGUARD certified for indoor air quality
  • No harmful fumes  – so no need to vacate your home or business
  • Beautiful – highlight the true beauty and elegance of wood
  • Durable – withstand heels and scratches from pets
  • Experience & Know-how – from a 90 year old Swedish company, selling products in 65 countries worldwide
  • Used on famous floors world-wide, such as Westminster Cathedral, Nike Headquarters, and NBA & NCAA arenas across the U.S.
  • GREENGUARD certified for indoor air quality

Why Bona Finish?

Why Sand and Refinish?

Sanding and Refinishing restores floors to a new condition. Special equipment and training are needed, since sanding and refinishing is an involved process. It typically takes two to four days to sand, stain, seal the floor and apply multiple coats of finish. Once the final finish coat has been applied, you should wait four to 24 hours before subjecting your floor to light foot traffic, and 72 hours for heavy traffic.