Sand parquet is different from sanded wood or wood. The reason is that cereals should always be used when polishing anything. Parquet grain is not possible because the bricks are placed in different directions.
So how do you polish the parquet?
The answer is that you want to polish it at an angle of 45 degrees to the grain. Some abrasive polishing wheel say you should polish the parquet in another way. They said that you should sand the floor with the directional texture of the block in one pass and then in the opposite direction as the last pass when you pass the next pass. This is not a good way to polish on the wooden floor, as it will fill the bricks you cut on the grain.
First, before you start grinding any wood parquet, you should make sure that all the blocks are securely fastened and remove all staples, nails and metal objects from the floor.
Once the floor is strong, there are no loose obstacles, and all metal objects are removed, the floor can be polished. We usually start with a 40 grit abrasive polishing wheel to level the floor and remove any deep scratches. Sometimes you may have to sand the floor twice with a 40-grain belt to ensure the floor level is free of dirt and scratches on the floor. When sanding the floor, make sure it is always perpendicular to the previous one. Now you should sand and flatten the edges with an edger with 40 grit sandpaper.
It is now time to pass the 60-grain abrasive polishing wheel on the floor again to sand the floor at 45 degrees to the parquet but perpendicular to the past. The edge level was again polished with an edger and 60 grit sandpaper.
It is now time to fill the gap between the bricks with the dust obtained by the epoxy resin filling and the 60 grit grinding process. The epoxy resin filler and fine dust are mixed to make a wood pulp. Now you need to spread the filler over the entire floor and make sure to fill all the gaps between the parquet. For some larger gaps, you may need to fill twice because the filler will shrink slightly during the drying process. As some of the filler will remain on the floor, this will make the floor look dirty again. Allow the wood filler to dry completely before proceeding to the next step.
It is now time to finish the final polishing with a abrasive polishing wheel sander with a 100-grain abrasive polishing wheel. Remember again, sand the floor at a 45 degree angle to the block but perpendicular to the previous pass. It is now the last time to sharpen the edges with an edger and 100 grit sandpaper. Be sure to remove all wood fillers at this last pass because the buffer will not clear the filler.
It’s time for all the corners that the matte edging machine can’t reach. To make these corners dull, you will need a Bosch 2 inch abrasive polishing wheel angle sander. Grind these corners with a triangular detail sander to make them smooth.
Once the parquet has been completely sanded with 100 grit abrasive polishing wheels and all edges and corners have been polished and smoothed, it is time to finish polishing/finishing the wooden floor. The floor was polished using a 120 grit mortar screed. It takes time and care when polishing the floor, as this is the surface treatment of the entire floor. Polished floors will carry out any blemishes and scratches in the early stages of polishing wheel bunnings. Be sure to remove any scratches left on the abrasive polishing wheel and edger sander.
Once the floor is smooth and any scratches are removed, the floor should be kept in a good suspension. Be sure to clean all dust when hovering the floor, as you do not want to get dust or dust particles in the lacquer. After the floor is suspended, use a slightly damp microfiber mop over the floor to remove any residual dust.
It was finally time to start sealing the floor and all the hard floors were polished. To apply a primer and varnish, you should use a short pile roller and roll the primer onto the floor. You should use a primer on the exposed floor and then use 2 layers of polyurethane wood floor paint. Make sure that each layer is properly dried before applying the next layer and that the floor is polished with a 150 mesh grit screed and maintains a good hover between each layer.
For areas with high traffic, you can apply other paints or use harder commercial wood floor paint.
Be sure to remove the scratches from the previous pass/cut as this will remain on the floor. (especially at the edge)
Make sure to polish and rub between the primed two coats aishs this will make the surface smoother.
The finished floor paint is retained for curing for 3 days.
Make sure to fill all the gaps as this will make the finished wood flooring different.