In this new house under construction, the floor had been laid with White Mahogany 130 mm tongue and groove timber flooring. This Herston home is being constructed by a builder for whom Budget Floor Sanding regularly does work. After a discussion with the homeowner, it became evident of the desire to finish the floor with a natural-looking penetrating oil style floor finish. The Whittle Wax range of finishes is ideal in this instance, particularly when using the low sheen options which produce a beautiful natural-looking soft luster to the finished wooden floor.
The timber floor must firstly be finished to a high standard in the sanding process and then two coats of the Whittle Wax product are applied to the floor with a light sand between coats. While the wear qualities of this finish may not match those of polyurethane coatings, the end result looks spectacular, and providing the floor is cared for well it will still serve the owners well.
If Whittle Wax sounds like a timber floor coating that you may like to apply to your sanded wooden floors, call Budget Floor Sanding for all the information on Whittle Waxes floor coating.