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Q. Can solid timber be sanded more times than engineered timber?





A. This is quite a common question we are asked.


Solid timber can be re-sanded just as many as engineered timber or more times, depending on the thickness of the boards, and it is up to where the tongue & groove are.

Usually, 1 - 2 mm thickness will be taken off per sanding.

Please also remember that sanding and varnishing are not required every year.

Sanding and varnishing are ways of renewing the surface of the floorboards.

It often brings the result of a brand-new look.


If you compare solid and engineered timber floors, please do not hesitate to contact Octagon Timber Flooring.

One of our timber flooring experts will assist you with the most suitable product for your project.


Contact us 08 9244 1122

Or visit us

Unit 1 / 25 Collingwood St Osborne Park

Home Base 55 Salvado Rd Subiaco


Octagon Timber Flooring posts a series of FAQs to help you choose the right timber flooring solution, which will suit your purpose and lifestyle the most.

We are providing advice based on our experience and expertise.

It can be subjective depending on the circumstances.

For more tailored consultations, please do not hesitate to contact us.


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