An open or broken knot hole may not be all that serious of a problem, but it can cause great concern in a homeowner.
They may be asking questions like:
- Is my floor falling apart?
- Did I buy a good quality floor?
- Will this happen to other areas of the floor?
A simple fix involves a hot soldering iron and some wax. With a few simple steps, you can fill in that knot hole and reassure your customer that they have a great floor that will last a lifetime.
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