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Why do you recommend against fillers?

Posted by Tyler Durden on March 4th, 2001 04:38 PM
In reply to well, that;s not all that big of a crack, but still.... by Steve: on March 4th, 2001 11:14 AM [Go to top of thread]

Thanks for the hot water idea, I'll definitely
try that.

Why do you recommend against fillers?

BTW, the flooring is 13 years old. I wish I could
tell you what kind of wood it is..., all I can
say is that it's a very light colored (creamy
yellow, like butter).
One further detail: I can see that the finish
has cracked in the areas where the cracks are.
Is there some sort of floor wax that I can use
to "reseal" these areas? Or does this call for
refinishing the whole area (estimated cost $3,000,
for all of the hardwood).


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