How to refinish floating wood stairs?
I just bought a house with floating stairs built in the 80s. We recently ripped up the carpet and found some solid wood underneath. It’s in pretty good shape besides a few staples we already removed the treads but we can’t seem to get some thicker staples out of the back of the stairs. Any suggestions on what tool I can use? Also I already bought a gray gel stain but I’m not sure exactly what grit to use for sanding. I will be painting the trim white.
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