Bleaching hardwoods


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Old 05-14-10, 04:28 PM
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Bleaching hardwoods

I just sanded my oak floors, and still have black stains that need to go before I stain them. I have heard of bleaching to remove those stains, but I am afraid the floors will be uneven in color in those spots. Does anyone know how different the stain would look? Or since I have a lot of stains to remove over 720 sq ft of floor, if I shouldn't go crazy and just bleach all the floors together to acheive an equal staining surface.

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Old 05-14-10, 04:43 PM
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Black stains in wood usually mean pet stains. If so it means that the wood is actually burned in those areas. Unless sanding can take it out, then using a dark stain is the only thing you can do.

You can still try a sample area though.
 
 

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