Stair banisters – When the repair of stairs, an important part of the preparation process spruce wood surface is ready for a new hood – whether it’s carpet, paint, varnish or wood stain. The most effective way to remove the old layer is to sand down the stairs. Here’s how to do it. Firstly, if previously carpeted stairs, remove all the tack strips, staples and nails were left in the timber. Hammer them under the surface if they are too difficult to extract.
Component stair banisters like treads and risers are best dealt with sanding machine (remember to wear a dust mask and safety glasses). There are various types including: Belt sanding machine – ideal for large, flat expanse such as stair treads. Random orbital sanding machine – can be used on a variety of flat and slightly curved surfaces. Detail sanding machine – suitable for light sanding in small spaces and corners.
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Stair banisters this sophisticated works by sandpaper belt that turns on the rollers at each end of the machine. It is ideal for heavy tasks involving, large flat surface that requires speed rather than finesse. This makes it perfect for sanding down stair treads and risers. Beginners beware, however – you can easily damage the surface if you are not careful.