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Posted on Repairing scratches in cedar tongue and groove

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#1 posted 11-25-2019 03:51 AM

After you’re done sanding, you might dampen the wood to raise the grain and then try a bleaching solution with a qtip in the deepest scratch marks. Leave it alone overnight. That should give you an indication if you can successfully remove the oxidation/darkness from the scratch marks. Imho, floors are difficult because of all the dirt, grease … that gets into the pores. To my eye, the first sanding you did was just about right.

-- Kim, Chillicothe, MO


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