Comments for Budget Floor Sanding Brisbane https://budgetfloorsanding.com.au <a href="tel:0418882678">0418 882 678</a> Thu, 13 Jul 2017 22:58:09 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.8 Comment on Sanding & Polishing of a old Church Hall by Glenn https://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/floor-sanding-brisbane/sanding-polishing-of-a-old-church-hall/#comment-5047 Thu, 13 Jul 2017 22:58:09 +0000 http://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/?p=2332#comment-5047 Hi Alex,

Invisible Protect by Loba is worth a look for a clean Scandinavian raw looking timber floor.
Regards
Glenn

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Comment on Sanding & Polishing of a old Church Hall by alex https://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/floor-sanding-brisbane/sanding-polishing-of-a-old-church-hall/#comment-5024 Sun, 25 Jun 2017 16:24:50 +0000 http://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/?p=2332#comment-5024 Hi

Superb article. What brand of floor finishes can you recommend? We use Bona, Junckers & Tover but we are looking for something new

Many thanks

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Comment on Anti Slip for Timber Stairs by David https://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/brisbane-floor-sanding/anti-slip-for-timber-stairs/#comment-4946 Wed, 10 May 2017 11:22:50 +0000 http://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/?p=2244#comment-4946 Thanks for sharing information.

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Comment on Staining of a Hoop Pine Timber Floor at Norman Park by Glenn https://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/brisbane-floor-sanding/staining-of-a-hoop-pine-timber-floor-at-norman-park/#comment-4654 Tue, 20 Dec 2016 03:41:57 +0000 http://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/?p=2200#comment-4654 Hello Mariette,

To get the lighter colour walnut timber floor stain is possible by adjusting the amount of walnut stain that is placed into the Feast Watson Reducer Base finish. You would need to do some test samples with different percentages of stain in the base to find out what amount of stain is required to get the depth of colour you require. Perhaps call Feast Watson direct and they should be able to help you. All the best. We hope you achieve the timber floor stain of your choice.

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Comment on Floor Sanding & Polishing of Brushbox Timber Floors by Glenn https://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/brisbane-floor-sanding/floor-sanding-polishing-of-brushbox-timber-floors/#comment-4593 Sun, 27 Nov 2016 03:47:18 +0000 http://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/?p=1782#comment-4593 Hi Jim and Wendy,
Although brushbox floors may produce a hazy brushbox bloom after floor sanding and coating, this will generally disappear in time as the natural oil in the timber makes its way to the surface. The oil is easily removed with mopping until the timber floor boards eventually release their natural oil. If you are looking for non toxic finishes there are water based polyurethanes that may meet your requirements. Take a look at Intergrain Enviropro or if you like the look of a completely raw natural unfinished look, Invisible Protect, that meets tough German standards, may be worth considering. Oil products are not as durable and will require more recoats but they do have a beautiful satin patina. Whittle wax products may be worth a look as they don’t use any carcinogenic or toxic VOC-containing solvents.
Hope this information assists with your research and decision making.
Regards Glenn
Budget Floor Sanding Brisbane

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Comment on Floor Sanding & Polishing of Brushbox Timber Floors by Jim and Wendy Bisset https://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/brisbane-floor-sanding/floor-sanding-polishing-of-brushbox-timber-floors/#comment-4591 Sat, 26 Nov 2016 21:03:27 +0000 http://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/?p=1782#comment-4591 I have a 49-years-old brushbox floor that I would LOVE to rejuvenate but NOT with anything toxic — have you used oil finishes on brushbox? I’ve contacted several floor suppliers/sanders and I’m being given conflicting information as to what can and can not be used on brushbox. I would appreciate another opinion. Job is on Gold Coast.

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Comment on Sanding Timber Pool Decks by Glenn https://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/brisbane-floor-sanding/sanding-timber-pool-decks/#comment-4297 Wed, 02 Mar 2016 21:05:54 +0000 http://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/?p=1982#comment-4297 Sanding and re coating timber decks will be an ongoing maintenance issue if the timber deck is not covered.If the wooden deck is fully exposed to the sun you are better off to use a product with UV filters included. Take a look at the sanding timber decks page for more floor sanding information. http://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/floor-sanding-and-polishing/timber-decks-and-verandahs/

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Comment on Sanding Timber Pool Decks by Patricia Anderson https://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/brisbane-floor-sanding/sanding-timber-pool-decks/#comment-4296 Wed, 02 Mar 2016 13:11:12 +0000 http://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/?p=1982#comment-4296 I don’t think that when my parents chose timber for their pool deck they thought it would be harmed so much from the sun and pool. We’ve only had it a couple of years but we can already see that it is faded. We probably need to call timber deck builders to see if they can come replace the parts that are un-reparable and then sand down and refinish the rest. We’ll call the professionals to fix our deck this week.

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Comment on What Clients of Budget Floor Sanding Say by Paul and Sally https://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/brisbane-floor-sanding/what-clients-of-budget-floor-sanding-say/#comment-3965 Tue, 05 May 2015 09:22:06 +0000 http://budgetfloorsanding.com.au/?p=678#comment-3965 We have used Glenn and his team at Budget Floor Sanding three times now and have always been very happy with the professional service and the quality result.

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