Sanding the floors.
Published: 16 Dec 2008 - 12:51 by adam_pberes
Updated: 18 Dec 2008 - 14:09
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My coach/(the owner) at the squash courts I'm at currently at would like to remove the lacquer on the squash courts as they are far too dark.
The only way we know of doing that is by sanding the floors, but we have nought idea how to.
Does anyone have an idea or how to help?
We can hire a floor sander, but not sure how to use it exactly, I'm sure it would be simple enough but it'd be better to make sure it gets done properly,or adleast by someone who'se used one before.
Or is there anyone is the sydney-west/north-west region that could help out in this?
EDIT: All (5) the courts are sealed, they are shiny in comparison to other courts, basically sydney wide. And they are over-grippy which is the main concern.
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