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Old 05-09-2011, 10:42 PM   #1
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Refinishing wood floors

Thanks for the bathroom tips (tread on bathroom paint), now we are starting the floor project. The original wood floors in the house are in really good shape for their age (about 60 years old). The only real problem is the finish is completely worn off so we are going to sand and re-stain and then seal them. There are just a couple of squeaky boards and I was wondering if I have to do anything with them? If I jump on them, they seem just a hair loose. Ideas?

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