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    Default Att: Larry. A Stained Floor

    G'day, Larry, seeing as we sort of hijacked the other man's thread I'd thought I'd start a new one regarding some pictures of my approach to floor board staining.
    Let us know what ya think?


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    FIRST UP THE FLOOR IS TAPED UP INTO MANAGABLE SECTIONS TO ELIMINATE OVERLAPS

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    BRILLIANT TRADESMAN APPLIES STAIN WITH STAIN PAD

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    ONCE THE FIRST RUN IS DONE WE ARE READY TO FILL IN THE BLANKS

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    READY FOR THE FINISHING COATS (3) OF TWO PACK POLURETHANE

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    ALMOST FINISHED WITH THE STAIN APPLICATION

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    EACH COAT IS LIGHTLY CUT BACK BETWEEN THE COATINGS

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    THIS SHOT GIVES A BIT OF AN INDICATION OF THE COLOUR

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    And to continue on.....
    Att: Larry. A Stained Floor
    THE FINAL COAT BEING APPLIED

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    NOW THE DEPTH OF COLOUR AND FINISHING IS NOTICABLE

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    LOOKING BACK THE OTHER WAY. NICE ROOM.

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    COOL COLOUR. A BIT DIFFERET TO THE NORMAL WALNUT BROWNS

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    WE ALSO DID THE STAIRS AS WELL.

    Well, there we go. Like it?
    I have other stain photos of the normal brown tones as well.

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    Hi bro, I was able to get into your album on picasa . 11pm finish ahhh that brings back memories. Great work
    I love this trade. I dont think that people realize the amount of work and heart that goes into finishing a floor. Well done bro, it is a pleasure to know you......Larry

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    Great looking floor.
    I can only imagine the prep work and the dedication to do something like this.
    You blokes are definately craftsmen, not tradesmen.
    Hooroo.
    Regards, Trevor
    Grafton

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    Hi trev, seen you were on line, stopped in to say geday. Hows you been?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty View Post
    And to continue on.....

    THE FINAL COAT BEING APPLIED


    NOW THE DEPTH OF COLOUR AND FINISHING IS NOTICABLE


    LOOKING BACK THE OTHER WAY. NICE ROOM.


    COOL COLOUR. A BIT DIFFERET TO THE NORMAL WALNUT BROWNS


    WE ALSO DID THE STAIRS AS WELL.

    Well, there we go. Like it?
    I have other stain photos of the normal brown tones as well.
    I am going to start taking some photos and show you some of mine.

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    G'day Larry.
    I've been away for 2 weeks. Am only now getting caught up with the backlog at work.

    I'm going to brisbane to inspect a floor tomorrow (tues). One section of the floor has verticle movement between the Tongue and the groove. About 3 sq/M. The rest of the floor is fine. All came from the same machine run. Ultraset and staple to Y/Tongue. I'm thinking the glue has not bonded, thus allowing movement.

    We'll see what develops..
    Hooroo.
    Regards, Trevor
    Grafton

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