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Stiletto holes on wooden floor

I moved into a new house which has rather old pine wood floor that has stiletto marks in few places (small round holes less than half an inch in diameter).
How can I get rid of them without replacing the floor or creating lots of work?

thank you!

5 Answers from MyBuilder Flooring Fitters

Best Answer

The only way to remove the dents is to sand the floorboards and reseal


Answered 2nd Jul 2019

The only way you will remove the dents is to sand them out and reseal the floor.


Answered 5th Jul 2019

Agree with other trades, but in future don’t wear stilettos anymore. There is no protection against them.


Answered 8th Jul 2019

Same as the other guy as said sand back and re seal


Answered 5th Jul 2019

Depending on the depth and the number of holes I would either sand the whole floor then refinish or fill the holes with a pine wood filler then sand and touch up those areas.
The second option would be less time consuming.


Answered 8th Jul 2019

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