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    How to Refinish Wood Floors (without sanding)

    DIY hardwood floor refinish

    No sanding; no mess; non toxic hard wood floor refinishing.

    Hardwood Floor Sanding: Do It Yourself Tips

    How to fix up old wood floors without refinishing, from Young House Love.

    Removing Popcorn Ceilings -- will be glad I pinned this if I ever move to an older home and need to remodel.

    5 Things To Know Before Refinishing Old Hardwood Floors #totsreno

    They look amazing I wouldn't have guessed this was done on a budget.

    7 Steps to refinish your hardwood floor...a step by step tutorial.

    Making wood floors shine and filling in any scratches! Looks like this will be added to my list of things to do!

    How to fix little dents in wood floors and furniture with an Iron!

    Classy Clutter: How to remove carpet and refinish wood floors: PART 1 #refinishingwood #hardwoodflooring #carpetremoval

    How to make a paper bag floor - Domestic Imperfection Maybe you could add some paint to it or a colored stain and it could be a nice alternative to expensive flooring. Would this qualify for Repurposing?

    For picture hanging! (I had to read the blog article to get how this works, and I'm so glad I did!)

    Removing scratches from a wood floor: One part vinegar, three parts cooking oil. Rub in -- no need to wipe off! From restoringthepicke...

    Sandless Floor Refinishing

    This carpenter represents Yeoman from The Canterbury Tales. This image shows the correct tools for wood work. These two are connected because they both are familiar with wood craft, and are well equipped.

    how to clean wood floors - 1 c vinegar in 1 gallon warm water to clean once a month. 1 tea bag steeped in 2 c boiling water (let come to room temp) and then use to shine floors. Buff both dry with a clean cloth and always go in the direction of the wood to prevent noticeable streaks.

    DIY How To Patch Dents In A Metal Door...instructions on how to make it look new again - simple three-step repair.