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December 20, 2014

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Cop Car

The "after" floor really looks nice. Good luck in keeping it looking good. It will take attention and work!

It is so difficult to keep the interior humidity high enough to protect furniture and wooden floors in the winter. The dry air, combined with the drying effects of sunlight, really do a number. All of the houses that your dad and I have owned have had central heating, making it easier to install an effective humidifier - which helps a lot. (I did not have a humidifier in ABQ, though; but no wooden floors, either.)

bogie

Well so far this winter, I haven't had to worry about sun drying out the floor. 9/10 of probably mid-October on have been cloudy and rainy (or snowy).

I actually prefer a drier house than most. Or more to the point, my skin likes it better. Doesn't help out the wood furniture, but I I have plenty of time to devote to keeping them moisturized.

bogie

I did get the untreated areas in the living room done, along with the floor for the office. So, as of last weekend, all wood floors have been treated with oil

Cop Car

BTW: I'll be on the lookout for another 14-in-one tool.

bogie

I just compared the two tools and basically they are the same, one just doesn't have the screwdriver tips in the handle. I have plenty of those tips, so am good. I have made the old tool the official Hastings pellet stove cleaner (it digs errant pellets out of the channel around the hopper).

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