Pamela Logan
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  • Wiscasset, ME
  • United States
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Do I use a sealer on 227 year old pine floors - Sanded.
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I have 227 year old, probably white pine floors throughout my house.  I just sanded and will be using Zar's Classic oil based polyurethane.  I am wondering if I should use a sealer prior to the…Continue

Tags: pumpkinpine, sealing, floors

Started this discussion. Last reply by Randall Marder May 10, 2017.

Painting Iron Grates with Painted Floors
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Hi - 1790 Tiny House here.  Painting my entry way in a black and white diamond pattern and I have an iron grate, smack in the middle of the floor. (Forced hot air was put in in the 1970's, I think) …Continue

Tags: Floors, Painted

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pamela Logan Mar 10, 2017.


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Restoring a 1790 Cape Code, 448sq.ft. - bringing back the wide pine floors and bring back to its old state. It has never been added on to, and we are keeping it that way.

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At 11:36pm on March 5, 2017, Stephanie said…
Thanks!! My dad actually just texted me the same salvage place! I'll be contacting them tomorrow to ask what they think and see what they have or could get in stock.

Also your tiny house looks like it has made an amazing transformation thus far. I'll be following it on Facebook! Good luck.

Thanks again for doing a search for me! I'm new to the "restoration" and old home community. I know I want to stick to original as much is possible, but I have very few resources or knowledge of what's even out there. So glad communities like this exist.

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