Sanding about 1/32â€ - 1/16â€ off the surface of a wood floor and then applying new finish in order to revitalize the look of a floor. Color can be changed in this process.
Coating material that has been formulated to reproduce, as closely as possible, the color, gloss and durability of the coating material that was applied originally to an automotive body and which has been subsequently damaged or has deteriorated.
To apply a new coat of wax or floor finish to a floor.
The process of sanding a previously finished floor and applying a new finish.
Refinishing in woodworking and decorative arts means fixing or redoing the finishing paint, varnish or other top coating of an object, from resanding to new paint and new varnish. The artisan or restorer is traditionally aiming for an improved or restored and renewed finish. Refinishing can apply to a variety of surfaces and materials such as wood, glass, metal, plastic and paint, although in Britain, when referring to wood or wooden furniture it is commonly known as repolishing.