Blake Stevens Wood Flooring Wisconsin hardwood floor specialists demonstrate wood floor tips and trick through these hardwood floor installation videos. Learn from the professionals at Blake Stevens Wood Flooring and achieve the finest craftsmanship and long lasting performance.
Video describes the proper application technique for Pallmann Magic Oil.
Step 1: Sand the Floor. First you need to prep the hardwood floor for application. Use a belt sander. 100 grit final cut-- 100 to 120 grit screen final rotary cut or equivalent.
Step 2: Tools. Make sure you have everything you need for proper application. Tools Needed: Stainless steel trowel, mixing container, stir stick, plastic gloves, eye protection, timer, shoe covers, red and white buffing pads, blue tape, plastic sheeting,
Step 3: Apply Magic Oil for 15 minutes. Evenly coat magic oil using the stainless steel trowel.
Step 4: Buff off excess oil. Use the red buffing pad to buff off remaining oil.
Step 5: Buff using White Pad. Switch to the white buffing pad and begin buffing hardwood flooring in long, even strokes.
Step 6: Repeat the Process.
Step 7: Dispose of oily items. Never leave oil rags inside a building.
Results will vary based on: wood specie, time spent buffing, air, floor surface temperature, and relative humidity.
Magic Oil finish can handle light foot traffic after 4 hours and fully cures in 12 hours.
Complete training video for all aspects of the ZipWall dust barrier system.
The SLP Poles are made of anodized aluminum, lightweight, and very strong construction. The SLP extends from 4'9" to 12'. It's telescopic and locks at any length. Twist clockwise to lock, reverse to unlock. The skid proof non- marking pads keep the poles in place.
Attaching Plastic Sheeting to the Spring Loaded Pole. Key hole pegs fit perfectly into the snaps. Push the plate into place and slide to lock the plastic and plate to the pole.
Raising the Spring Loaded Pole. Compress the pole spring half way. You will need to raise the pole to the secure the sheeting. SLP Poles may be places 8' to 10'apart.
Use Zip Wall with dropped ceilings.
Securing the Barrier at the Floor. The GripDisk holds the pole and plastic sheeting in place.
The Foam Rail Tight-Seal Accessories. For the tightest seal. Ideal when barriers are in use for extended periods.
Using Foam Rail Tight-Seal Accessories at the Wall. The side pack comes with a bag, 6 clamps, and 6 foam rails. Foam rails install in minutes.
The Heavy Duty Zipper for Extended use or Cold Conditions. Be sure the pull is at the floor. Locate the end of the zipper below the bend at the floor. The knife has two blades 3/4" apart. The Knife comes with each box of Heavy Duty Zippers.
The Standard Zipper Makes an Easy Doorway. Great where temperatures go below 55 degrees. The standard zipper pack contains two zippers and ties. The standard sipper will not work with the zipper knife. Open the entrance using a common utility knife.