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Sanding/Stripping OLD & UNEVEN wood floors

Posted by Suzanne on December 13th, 2001 11:35 PM

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I am stripping/sanding/re-staining a room of old (circa 1725) pine plank floors. Help!!! I rented a sander...the floors are warped and uneven and this only got the high spots. Right now I'm using a palm sander to finish the job. Needless to say it's too time-consuming! I've tried the floor sander, a samll hand-held belt sander (made grooves in the wood), paint/stain/varnish stripper and was moderately rewarded with removing the clear coat (not the stain,though).
Any suggestions??? Am I missing a miracle product or method of sanding???
Thanks in advance for any ideas. Please post here or you can email me at

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