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Old 05-27-2008, 08:02 AM   #1
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Polyurethane for floors


What is the best way to blend the polyurethane finish on my hardwood floors so it appears to be seamless between the living room and dining room?
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Polyurethane for floors


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If the living room and dining room don't have a "natural break" (threshold or other trim of some sort), the only way to make it seamless is to do both rooms

Usually if one needs it, so does the other...or it will soon, and it's a l o t easier to do both then one at a time
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