Floor Sanding and Polishing

Floor sanding & polishing

Our Service key words:

  1. Timber Floor Sanding & Polishing
  2. Deck Sanding and Polishing

Our company, Ideal Floors, offers a comprehensive range of professional flooring services in Sydney. Our services include deck sanding and polishing, timber floor sanding and polishing, and timber floor restoration. We are proud to serve clients in Sydney’s Inner West, the Northern Beaches, Eastern and Western Suburbs

At Ideal Floors, we understand that each client has unique needs and requirements. As such, we offer personalized services that cater to your specific schedule and preferences. We are committed to delivering high-quality workmanship and exceptional customer service. With over a decade of experience in the flooring industry, we have developed a strong reputation for excellence.

As a family-owned business, we take pride in our efficient and reliable services. We guarantee high-quality, efficiently done work, and are specialists in all aspects of minor floor repairs, timber floor sanding, polishing, and restoration. Additionally, we offer expert flooring advice to help you make informed decisions about your flooring needs.

At Ideal Floors, we are dedicated to providing our clients with the most affordable quotes quickly and efficiently. Whether you live in Sydney or the surrounding areas, we are here to help. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can assist you in achieving your flooring goals.

What is the difference between water based and solvent based polyurethane?

Solvent-based polyurethane and water-based floor polishing oils are two different types of coatings that can be used to protect and enhance the appearance of hardwood floors.

Solvent-based polyurethane is a traditional type of floor polish that is made by mixing a solvent, such as mineral spirits or xylene, with polyurethane resin. This mixture creates a durable, water-resistant finish that can withstand heavy foot traffic and other wear and tear. Solvent-based polyurethane has a strong odor and requires proper ventilation during application. It also has a longer drying time than water-based floor polishing oils and can take up to 24 hours to dry completely.

Water-based floor polishing oils, on the other hand, are made by mixing water with polyurethane resin. This type of floor polish has a lower VOC (volatile organic compounds) content and emits less odor than solvent-based polyurethane. It also dries faster, with most products being able to dry within 2-4 hours. However, it may not be as durable as solvent-based polyurethane and may require more frequent reapplication.

Overall, the choice between solvent-based polyurethane and water-based floor polishing oils depends on individual preferences and needs. Solvent-based polyurethane may be more suitable for high-traffic areas, while water-based floor polishing oils may be preferred for their lower VOC content and faster drying time. It is important to consider the pros and cons of each option before making a decision.

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