How to Patch Strip Flooring | This Old House

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This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows how to repair a hardwood-strip floor. (See below for a shopping list and tools.)
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Shopping List for How to Patch Strip Flooring:
– Carpenter’s glue
– Spray can of high-gloss urethane
– Blue painter’s tape, used to protect baseboard from spray urethane
– Wet/dry vacuum, for cleaning floor

Tools for How to Patch Strip Flooring:
– Utility knife
– Hammer
– Chisel
– Drill/driver, with 5/8-inch spade bit
– Block plane, used to plane width of new floorboard
– Random-orbit sander, with 320-grit sanding disc

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