Q: We just bought a house that has oak floors (1989) with a light/white finish with beveled wood. The bevel is pretty deep. The floors need to be refinished and we want to change the color to natural, but we do not want to sand off the hardwood flooring beveled edge, is there anyway to get the white color off the edges without sanding the bevel flat?
A: If this isn’t a micro bevel but a large ‘V’ groove, it’s an unlikely scenario that anyone would even try to remove it. All these grooves will have to be scraped manually with a hand scraper unless someone is very enterprising and a little adventurous and feels they can set up a straight edge and run a V-bit with a router to skim the surface of the bevels. Not a fun job at any rate.