Last week we gave you a rundown of our progress in bringing our first floor bathroom’s antique heart pine flooring back to life.
It had been hidden beneath poorly installed tile for many years, so we knew there’d be some repair necessary. The end result was a floor that needed to be heavily repaired with new heart pine, some serious tar that needed to be removed from the old flooring, and the need for a whole lot of sanding.
Our last post left off just before sanding some DIY wood filler mixed from heart pine sawdust and too little glue and realizing we’d need to apply a second coat of a slightly wetter mix of wood filler…this time with more glue.
Over the weekend we picked up where we left off by mixing up a new batch of wood filler…this time with a full gallon of wood glue available just in case.