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Old 02-02-2013, 06:12 PM   #1
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buffing wood floors


After ive added my poly and sanded and added poly and sanded.. now im to the buffing. What do I do? Do I vac, clean (with what?) And then buff? Do I clean between buffs ??

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I suggest buffing with a 220 grit sanding screen if using oil based finish, and a norton sand dollar if using water. I prefer the yellow ones. I would buff, vacuum really well, dust mop with a micro fiber dust mop that has been dampened with mineral spirits. Hope this helps.

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