How do you patch a hole in hardwood floors?
What's the best way to patch the hole so the surface is smooth? There seems to be a small hollow area in the board where the damage occurred. I'm not too concerned about matching the color.
You can buy a knot of the same or similar wood, then cut it into a cone shape and bang it in the wood. Clean the edges of the hole first. You can also use sawdust mixed with glue to hold it in. Then sand.
I would take that plank out and replace it. That's the benefit of having hardwood and not carpet.
why not cover with the carpet? Can't see the hole and make a wonderful deco
Replacing that plank with another will be the best option to go with. But best home flooring providers also gives services with installation. For further detail click on this http://icustomfloor.com/products/hardwood-flooring/.
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