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Denver Hardwood Floor: Hiding Scratches and Dents from Pets
Go with a softer finish: This finish will wear out sooner, but then your dog runs to greet you at the door, their nails will dent, not fracture the finish. A dent in your soft finish is a lot less noticeable than a fracture in a hard aluminum oxide finish.
Use a matte finish instead of a glossy one: This tricks your eyes and seems to hide those dents and scratches your dog causes. With a matte finish, there is less light that reflects on your floors and the imperfections become a lot less noticeable.
Get a hand scraped or reclaimed wood hardwood floor: When part of the character of your floor is the dents, scratches, and imperfections, it’s easy for your pet’s scratches to be hidden or just seen as part of the charm of you Denver hardwood floor.
Can’t hide the damage already done to your hardwood floors? Your Denver hardwood flooring service offers dustless refinishing to make your floors look as good as new.
Call TGB Flooring today to find out what material and finish is right for your home and your pet.