I was wondering if you might be able to advise me on the best way of making a useable floor surface out of it.
It is an industrial grade wooden floor, which has been covered with chip for many moons. After uncovering it, we realised it has quite a lot of bitchumen spread all over it... Is it salvageable? Ive been reading through forum posts and people seem to be removing bitchumen okay from parquet floors, would this technique work for me? Scraping, planing and filing down? and then a belt sander all over to get it ready for varnishing?
Im not after a polished, swanky or professional look, just something that could be workable for the time being, and looking a bit better than what is there at the moment!!
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!! Thankyou!