Red Pine, was not highly regarded wood in the 1800s. It was a nuisance and had to be cleared from the land in order to build houses. The main purpose it served was to be a subfloor for a more highly regarded wood such as chestnut, hickory, walnut, or oak.
These floors, through the action of the sap, generate spectacular colors over time. If this floor were sanded, it would become white!!!!! We can keep the beauty, and protect the wood with no degradation to the wear layer.
“Before SandFree, they were looking very drab and worn. Now, they glow, and without losing the character of the wood, rather, beautifully enhancing it.”