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Wire Brushed Hemlock

Wire brushed floors have gained popularity in recent years.  Wire brushing a hardwood floor gives it a unique texture and look.  The process digs out

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Glitsa MultiKote Maintenance

Here’s how to take care of your floors if they were finished with Glitsa MultiKote, a professional grade conversion varnish, what is traditional known as a

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Glitsa Max Maintenance

Here is how to maintain your floors if they were finished with Glitsa Max, a commercial grade water based finish. This finish is easy to

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Loba Impact Oil Maintenance

Here is the information to maintain your floors if they were finished with Loba Impact Oil, which is a penetrating oil finish. For daily maintenance

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Floor Prep

A major factor to a good and successful hardwood floor installation is in having a good foundation to begin with.  Having a suitable subfloor prepared

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The PTL Hardwoods Difference

Here are a few points to consider that separates PTL Hardwoods from other wood flooring companies. Trustworthy: our team is clean, professional, drug free and you

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Proper Sanding Sequence

Two things an improperly sanded floor will produce: unsightly sanding marks and premature wear of the finish coatings.  First, let me explain a little about

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Bluetooth

I know that a bluetooth headset has little to do with hardwood flooring.  But it is a tool I use to conduct business as I

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Laminate Flooring Ratings

Most people don’t know this but Laminate flooring has a rating system to better assist you as to which type of laminate flooring your should

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Finishes: Glitsa MultiKote

Glitsa® MultiKote™ Swedish Finish is a two-compotent fast drying conversion varnish designed for residential and commercial wood floor applications. A conversion varnish is a catalyzed alkyd-based

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Terminology: Micro-Abrasion

Over time every hardwood floor, no matter what finish is applied, will develop what we call “micro abrasion”.  This is usually seen in direct sunlight.

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