A lighter color will hide minor injuries that your pet may cause. They can also conceal the dirt and dust they bring home from outings better. To conceal this, you might also want to get a shade that is close to the fur of your dog.
Avoid Glossy Finishes
A glossy finish is tempting for pet owners, but it should not be used. Satin or matte finishes will conceal scratches and dings better, while still looking great. Although we may think that scratches on the floor are caused by our pets, we can actually cause as much damage to the floors. The most common causes of scratches and dents are high heels, tennis shoes that have pebbles in their soles, and furniture being moved. You can keep your floors looking great for longer by choosing satin or matte.
Trim Your Toenails
Your floors will be protected if your dog keeps his nails trim. Your dog's nails should be trimmed every one to two months. This is a simple rule: If your dog clicks when they walk, you should trim their nails every other month. Mats placed in front of doors can also be helpful. Mats can trap dirt and other small stones that could otherwise scratch your wood floors.
DUSTLESS SANTING MAKES WOOD FLOR REFINISHING EASY AND FAST.
It's easier than you might think to refinish your floors. Our new BONA dustless system will ensure that there is no dust in your home. It takes it in as sand and then sends it to a container outside. Your pets and you don't need to go. You don't need to use plastic sheeting to divide rooms. Your ventilation system will also not be affected by dust.
Luton Floor Sanding is the best place to call if you're thinking of refinishing your wood floors. Call us at 01582206 250, or contact us online for a no-obligation consultation in your home!