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Moving Tips: Make cleaning up after the move easier

Moving Tips: Make cleaning up after the move easier
News from U-Pack Press Room:

Labor Services for any budget

If you’re on a tight moving budget, but still need moving help, just add packing, loading, or unloading services to either end of your U-Pack move and you’ll still save money.

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Moving Tip #3

ABF trailers measure 28′x 8’6″x 9′. They are wider and taller than a rental truck.

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Stepping up for a DIY floor makeover
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Sanding, staining and sealing can rescue a worn wood floor and transform a room at the same time — from dark brown to driftwood gray or vice versa. You might be tempted by a coverup of pre-finished laminate. But solid planks like 3/4-inch strip oak can stand a deep sanding that removes dings, scratches, stains and burns.

The project starts with an empty room closed off with plastic sheeting. Floor sanders create fine dust that will drift throughout the house.

Sanding You can rent the equipment that contractors use: a drum sander that turns a belt over the main area (with the grain) and an edger that turns a disc to blend in the perimeter. Drum sanders are heavy and pack a lot of power usually requiring a 25- or 30-amp circuit. The easiest type to use has a tip-up clutch — a lever that raises the drum so you don’t have to tip up the whole machine at the end of each pass. Most floors need only a finishing grit to clear the surface. More damaged or uneven floors need a pass with medium-grit first. The hard part for most DIYers is blending the edges where circular lines from the edger lap onto straight lines from the drum. You may need some hand sanding to finish.

Removing deep stains Burn marks and some liquid stains run more than skin deep. If most of the floor is marred, start with a coarse belt…………… continues on Chicago Tribune

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