Before lacquering your wooden staircase, L’Artisan du Plancher Montréal and its master sanders in staircase sanding for three generations offer you customized dust-free staircase sanding.
For a very long time, carrying out dust-free staircase sanding has been a set of tasks that fell to artisans. Why? Simply because it’s a complex sanding job that requires a finesse and dexterity that only years and know-how can confer. That’s why only an experienced master sander is able to accomplish such a masterpiece. The sanding of steps, risers, and false stringers involves a certain number of manual operations. These essential sanding steps generate particles that remain suspended in the air. We know the nuisance that this dust causes to your well-being. Rest assured that we have a solution to spare you from almost all the dust: our dust-free staircase sanding service! Thanks to the innovative system and efforts of L’Artisan du Plancher Montréal and its master sanders, you’ll no longer be inconvenienced.
No more big cleanup after the sanding work! No more eyes that sting and noses that run… all those nuisances caused by inhaled dust! Gone is the arduous chore of the post-work cleaning! Our sophisticated, revolutionary sanding equipment allows us to eliminate these inconveniences and the expenses that inevitably arise from them.
Before starting, apply a white acrylic undercoat. Let dry for about 3 hours and sand to make your surface smooth. Don’t hesitate to use a damp cloth or a vacuum cleaner to remove all the dust.
Lacquered wood staircases must be dry and spotlessly clean before applying the lacquer. Sand well to remove all the previous finishes. If the stairs have an existing finish or the wood is rough, you may need to use an orbital sander to remove the finish and smooth the wood. Repair any defects or cracks in the wood. Carry out a final sanding of the steps with fine sandpaper (000). The presence of dust will ruin the varnish, so vacuum the steps thoroughly to remove the dust from the sanding. Once the steps are clean and smooth, with the lacquer roller, apply a first coat to the flat parts, extending it as far as possible. The goal is to obtain the finest possible layer.
Let dry for 12 to 24 hours according to the instructions from the manufacturer. Sand this layer with very fine sandpaper and dust. Apply a second coat of undiluted lacquer, always in the finest possible layer.
Finally, smooth the entire surface from top to bottom with the spalter. A third coat may be required. In this case, repeat the last steps. Let dry for one week before putting anything on the lacquered steps.
Bright lacquered wood brings a small contemporary touch to every interior style. But be careful: cleaning the steps of lacquered wood staircases isn’t as simple as you might think. The lacquer is fragile and scratches easily. When maintaining and cleaning the steps, there are some precautions that you should take.
How do you clean lacquered steps? A smooth and refined white lacquered wood staircase fits in perfectly with all styles of classic and modern decoration. Bright lacquered wood brings a small contemporary touch to every interior style.
To maintain and clean lacquered wood steps, L’Artisan du Plancher Montréal and its master sanders recommend using soap specially designed for this purpose.