Q: I had a rustic oak floor installed. I spotted a long scratch width ways along my planks, and in my wisdom I tried to sand them out. You can now see where I have sanded as it has taken the top layer of colour off.
What should I do next?
A: You will probably have to try to finish (and stain?) the entire board.
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