Restoring hardwood flooring that looks like it has seen its day may be less complicated and more affordable than you ever thought possible. This is because bringing to light a pre-loved floor’s hidden beauty doesn’t always involve sanding and staining, particularly if yours aren’t defaced. To decide the most effective solution that benefits your home, here are seven things to think about before renewing or refinishing old hardwood floors.
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