Here are the vital stats:
- Red Oak Floos
- Two rooms existing (Foyer and kitchen) were refinished
- Three rooms new with unfinished red oak installed and finished
- Not quite sure on the type of sander used. Looked like it was probably a belt sander, but can't be sure, since I wasn't really paying close attention. I know it ran on 220v, since he had to tap in directly to my electrical panel.
Came into the house after last night after the final coat of poly was applied and dried, and noticed what appeared to be sanding marks across all floors. Basically wall-to-wall perpendicular to the grain and generally spaced about 1-2" apart.
Based on my research here and elsewhere, it would seem to be and example of"chatter".
Here are the best pics I could post. Obviously, this is all much more visible to the clothed eye, especially when light from the windows reflects off the surface:http://i1334.photobucket.com/albums/w648/aycaramba55437/Wood%20Floors%20Refinish%20-%202017/20170108_092342_zpsy3qujuvz.jpghttp://i1334.photobucket.com/albums/w648/aycaramba55437/Wood%20Floors%20Refinish%20-%202017/20170108_092216_zpssge0isur.jpghttp://i1334.photobucket.com/albums/w64 ... nr2lys.jpg
Flooring guy is coming back to my house in just a little bit. I don't expect that I'm going to have a wealth of feedback by then, but any thoughts would be appreciated.