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Refinish

To apply a new finish to an existing surface.
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Vacuuming on a daily basis, cleaning the floor with non-residual cleaning products, walk off mats, and monthly and/or quarterly professional cleaning all play an intricate role in determining how often a non-residential wood floor should be refinished.
A particularly worn spot in a highly trafficked or prominent area - like a main hallway - may beg to be refinished, but lower trafficked, out of the way areas - like private offices - may be able to wait another year.
Refinished, your piece would enter the "shooter class" and retail jot about $500 to $600.
Personally, I don't like to refinish guns unless they have been refinished once already.
David Felker, Acushnet's highly paid testing expert, concluded that a total difference of only 3 percent existed between the new Pro V1 and the refinished Pro V1, with respect to golf ball distance.
Moreover, in a consumer testing survey comparison between Nitro's refinished Titleist Pro V1 and Acushnet's new Titleist Pro V1, performed by Nitro's expert, Thomas Mayer, 48 percent (or nearly half of the 100 survey participants) reported that they liked Nitro's refinished Pro V1 as much or more than Acushnet's brand new Pro V1.