Q: I painted my BR floor and put polyurethane on it. It yellowed. I didn’t know that some finish yellows, what can I do? Continue reading I didn’t know that some finish yellows
Q: How do I get my semi-solid wooden floors to go back to their original colour? Continue reading How do I get my semi-solid wooden floors to go back to their original colour?
Q: Regarding urethane for hardwood floors, I just finished reading your oil vs. water text. I think I am partial to oil. I have new, beautiful, truly brown walnut flooring that I do not want to yellow. I cannot get my hands on the Circa 1850 Bowling Alley urethane. Do you think that the yellowing or amber-color that happens with oil-based is from the yellow in the wood? Continue reading Yellowing on hardwood floors; is there a finish that would prevent it?
Q: After sanding down our 50-yr. old hardwood, we put 3 coats of poly on them and they turned out great. However, we decided we wanted to put the same hardwood in our kitchen. So we bought unfinished white oak, sanded it after installing, and then put 1 coat of poly on. It does not match the colour of the old hardwood which is much more orange. Continue reading Matching darker, older floors with bright new floors
Q: I recently bought a 115-year-old house, remodeled within the past 10 years, with wall to wall carpet. I ripped up the carpet on the second floor, with the intention on re-carpeting, only to find old 2 3/8″ wide strip pine floors in relatively decent condition. The carpet caused some yellow and oranging of the wood. Continue reading Yellow and “oranging” of wood
Q: What would happen if I wanted to sand all the way to bare wood, and then cover with a water base? Would I get some yellowing? Continue reading How to prevent yellowing of wood floor