West System Epoxy vs. Berger Seidel Pakstop mixed with Pafuki Powder
When it comes to hardwood flooring, gaps, knot holes, and voids can be a common occurrence. These imperfections can create an unsightly appearance and can even compromise the structural integrity of the floor. However, there are two effective methods to address these issues - West System Epoxy and Berger Seidel Pakstop mixed with Pafuki powder.
Ian at Dayton Hardwood Co in Oakwood, Ohio, is an experienced professional who uses both methods depending on what each floor needs. West System Epoxy is a two-part, marine-grade epoxy that is perfect for filling large gaps and knot holes in hardwood flooring. It is waterproof, strong, and durable, making it a great choice for high-traffic areas. It also dries clear, which means that it won't affect the natural beauty of the wood.
Berger Seidel Pakstop mixed with Pafuki powder, on the other hand, is an epoxy-based filler that can be used to fill gaps, knot holes, and voids in hardwood flooring. It is easy to mix and apply, and it dries quickly. It also has a natural wood color, which means that it blends in seamlessly with the surrounding wood.
Both methods have their unique advantages, Dayton Hardwood Co knows when to use each one. For example, West System Epoxy is perfect for filling large gaps and knot holes that are more than 1/8 inch wide. Berger Seidel Pakstop mixed with Pafuki powder, on the other hand, is ideal for filling smaller gaps and voids that are less than 1/8 inch wide.
In conclusion, the use of West System Epoxy versus Berger Seidel Pakstop mixed with Pafuki powder for filling large gaps, knot holes, or voids in hardwood flooring during a refinish or install depends on the specific needs of each floor. We at Dayton Hardwood Co. are experts that can help you determine which method is right for your flooring project.