Daniel BooneDaniel Boone is sand and finish training manager at American Sanders.BlogsSponsored: A Wood Floor Recognized For Beauty & CraftsmanshipWood flooring expert Daniel Boone talks with Wood Floor Business Design Awards winner James Harbour about some of the most difficult aspects of his winning mixed media wood floor.July 23, 2018HomeStep by Step: Applying a Wax Finish on a Wood FloorStep-by-step instructions on how to apply a wax finish onto a wood floor successfully.July 31, 2007HomeConsider These Factors When Covering a Wood FloorDecember 31, 1999HomeWhy Were There Bumps in this Waterborne Finish?• Use the appropriate applicator for the finish you are using. (Follow the finish manufacturer’s recommendations.)• Don’t use the same applicator for the second coat that you used for the first. It’s best to have one applicatorthat you always use for the first coat, another you always use for the second coat, and so on.• After each use, clean and store applicators properly. Proper cleaning and storage will vary, depending on the type of finish used. Follow the finish and applicator manufacturers’ recommendations.• Sweep and vacuum the floor thoroughly before beginning to apply finish.• Sweep, vacuum and tack the floor between coats.• Avoid tracking dirt and other contaminants onto the floor. One way to do this is to change shoes as you enter the job site. Some floor finishers put cloth “boots” over their shoes before entering the job site.• Keep your truck and equipment clean.January 31, 1999HomeHow to Sand Heart Pine Wood Flooring• Do your first cut with the big machine on a 15- to 30-degree angle.December 31, 1998HomeHow to Repair a Dented Wood FloorA . Many contractors call NWFA's tech line daily with questions about how to repair a wood floor — whether it is job-site finished, prefinished, satin or gloss finished, natural or custom stained. It can involve several boards or just one piece of flooring.November 30, 1998SandingHow to Maintain Your Wood Floor Sanding EquipmentDecember 31, 1997HomeHow to Rack a Wood Floor for InstallationDecember 31, 1997Page 1 of 1Top StoriesTools + EquipmentSee The Winners Of The Inaugural WFB Big Machine ContestWhether it’s considered a faithful companion on the job site or an awkward, bulky piece of metal, a wood floor pro’s big machine inevitably has a story or two to tell.ParquetHow I Do These Floors: Herringbone ParquetStain/Custom ColorFoyer Becomes a ‘Foyay’ After Pro's Creative Water-PopContractingNothing In Life Comes Easy: How I Started My Gym Floor CompanyMaintenanceWood Floor Q&A: Why The Dull, Hazy Floor?