Refinishing is the process in which the original layer of stain and sealer are sanded and removed from the wood of a cabinet. Another stain or sealer is then applied to the stripped wood.
In this method we nail down/staple solid unfinished, pre-finished or engineered wood strips to the sub-flooring (usually either plywood or plank wood).
Solid hardwood floors need to be buffed every 3–5 years. The process usually takes about one day. Buffing refers to the process of using a stand up floor buffer.