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Whitewash Yellow-y Pine Floors? Good Questions

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by Regina Yunghans (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified Nov 10, 2011

Q: Our loft apartment has rough-sawn hardwood floors that I think are unstained pine(?) coated with polyurethane. Our building is only about 10 years old so they are pretty new. The problem is, they




 

 

1110_03.jpg Q: Our loft apartment has rough-sawn hardwood floors that I think are unstained pine(?) coated with polyurethane. Our building is only about 10 years old so they are pretty new. The problem is, they are extremely yellow. They seem more yellow in areas receiving direct sunlight all day so I suspect it may be the poly that is yellowing. I am tired of trying to design around our floor color and want to refinish with either a very faint whitewash so the wood grain and texture are still visible, or a light but non-yellow shade, if that's possible:



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