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Old 01-13-2009, 02:51 PM   #1
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Client has had some water damge in a section of 3/4 wood in the kitchen. If my installer replaces the wood with new 3/4 to match and sands the complete floor and refinishes the complete floor wouldn't it all look new or will the new wood still look noticable?

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He can adjust the color and tone of the new wood to exactly match the existing. And there is no need to refinish anything more than the areas patched.

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This is a natural Maple floor too, just so you know.
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If in doubt use existing from unoticable areas such a a closet. Replace those areas with new. You will see a difference with new.
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We have decided to replace all of it. Thanks though.
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