Q: There a lot of small dents in our hardwood floor. I was told that finger nail polish would fill it in and harden. What you think about using finger nail polish for filling dents in wood?
A: Finger nail polish is lacquer based. Lacquer would eat into a polyurethane coating. Lacquer is also not a very good finish. I would definitely not try this.
Filling nail holes on staircase
The steps on my staircase are maple. I have already sanded them and I need to fill some holes and polyurethane them. What should I use?
We recently had engineered wood floors installed and one of our wood-painted chairs has scuffed the floor with the paint from the chair (white paint on oak wood), do you know of a product we can use to remove this?
Do you have any tips for removing scuff marks? They seem to be only on the surface of the floor, i.e. not into the wood itself.
Shoe scuff marks on wood floor
We just installed a very expensive hardwood floor (alomediam Brazilian wood-dark wood) and after two coats of varnish, I can see shoe scarf marks. What is the strongest varnish or finish that can used of this type of wood so as to prevent any scratch marks?