How to restore hardwood floors without sanding?
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To restore hardwood floors without sanding, you will need to first clean the surface with a vacuum and damp cloth to remove any dirt, dust or debris. Next, inspect the floor for any scratches, gouges, dents or worn spots. If you find any of these, use a wood filler to fill in the damaged area and allow it to dry.
Afterwards, you can use a stain to match the finish of the existing floor and then apply a protective sealant to protect the floor from wear and tear. Finally, buff the floor with a soft cloth to bring out the luster and shine of your hardwood floor.