Deep scratches on hardware floors - deep and covering multiple boards
The scratches do cover about 30 boards and they do have different colors from the original staining. It is a simple honey stain used at first, but it's not easy to match this up after about 9 years of traffic.
So, with the scratches covering such a vast area and deeper in some parts, what is the best way to correct this problem? (Well besides sanding it all down and staining it again?
Thanks for your help in advance.
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