Been spending the last year stripping & refinishing American Oak flooring in lounge and hall with Osmo Raw and whilst murderous hard work, has come out a treat.
But now I have a bathroom floor that I need strip & refinish but it’s very dark solid hard wood. Skirtings also and door.
It’s in great physical condition, no scratches, dents etc.
Last time (maybe 12 years back) I hand sanded and just put a ploy varnish on it (several coats) … very basic Ronseal stuff. Surprisingly it looks ok and has held up well but it’s way to high gloss and I think I can do better having done the other floors.
That said, I don’t know best way to go? … stripping no problem but the Osmo Raw would not work on it.
I think an oiled finish would look good or a mid satin sheen.
Wandering if anyone had any recommendations or ideas that could achieve that? Love Osmo and happy to stick with that but for some reason I have a feeling oils might be way to go?
Anyway advise and experiences would be very welcome as always.
All the best