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Soft Cloths - You`ll need these to clean up excess glue throughout the process of installing hardwood flooring. If the glue is allowed to set, it`ll take extra measure to remove it. In some cases, it requires special chemicals and glue to remove glue once it has set. You`ll also need your soft cloths to clean up after you`ve installed your hardwood floors.

This kind of flooring is installed by nailing it to a subfloor of plywood or OSB. Natural hardwood floors are finished in place by sanding the boards to a uniform thickness and coating them with a sealer. When the sealer wears off and the surface darkens, the floor can be sanded and refinished, usually from 5-7 times, or until a nail becomes visible. The life expectancy of natural 3/4 hardwood flooring is about 100 years.

Soft Cloths - You`ll need these to clean up excess glue throughout the process of installing hardwood flooring. If the glue is allowed to set, it`ll take extra measure to remove it. In some cases, it requires special chemicals and glue to remove glue once it has set. You`ll also need your soft cloths to clean up after you`ve installed your hardwood floors.

This kind of flooring is installed by nailing it to a subfloor of plywood or OSB. Natural hardwood floors are finished in place by sanding the boards to a uniform thickness and coating them with a sealer. When the sealer wears off and the surface darkens, the floor can be sanded and refinished, usually from 5-7 times, or until a nail becomes visible. The life expectancy of natural 3/4 hardwood flooring is about 100 years.

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How to care for hardwood flooring-As mentioned earlier, installing hardwood floors is a significant investment which therefore requires proper maintenance to protect your investment and enjoy it for as long as possible. With that in mind, below are some helpful tips on hardwood flooring:

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Circular Saw - You`ll use your circular saw to cut up panels as necessary. Additionally, you`ll use your circular saw to score your substrate sheets every eight inches. This is important for the prevention of curling panels.

Carpenter`s Crayon - This is what you use to mark where you`ll make your cuts on your panels. You`ll also use this to mark up the surface where you`ll be laying your panels. You`ll want to keep this handy at all times because it is particularly important with the glue down method that everything be done very precisely.

Square Notched Trowel - This trowel should have one quarter inch sides for the application of the glue.Broom and Dust Pan - You`ll want to constantly be cleaning up any saw dust that could get stuck under your floor panels or get stuck in your connecting joints. The last thing you need is a lumpy hardwood floor when you`re done installing hardwood flooring.

Durable Coatings-Traditional finishing products are used on engineered hardwood floors, but other finishes are available that are much more durable than the products available for site application. Quality manufacturers apply 7-10 coats of aluminum oxide crystals or diamond dust to make the engineered hardwood finish harder than anything that could be applied on site or even purchased in a Home Depot. Engineered hardwood floors come with as much as a 25-year warranty.

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