Use a floor sander to sand the entire floor. Use a 38-grit disc and switch to a 60-grit disc. Use a 6-inch spinner/edger to get the leftover stain near the edges.
Vacuum thoroughly to remove all dust and debris.
Wet a small area of the floor and scrape the area with a scraper. Move around the floor wetting and scraping small areas at a time. Scrape against the grain of the wood to give it a worn look.
Sweep or vacuum away all of the shavings.
Hit the floor in random places with the length of a metal chain to leave as many desired dents.
Use a paint scraper on the floor in a slicing motion to leave random scratches on the floor.
Gouge the floor in random places with a crowbar.
Lightly buff the floor with a buffer once all the gouges and marks are in place.
Apply the first coat of stain with a brush or paint roller.
Apply the second coat of stain after 12 hours.
Things You Will Need
- Floor sander 6-inch spinner/edger 38-grit and 60-grit discs Vacuum cleaner Scraper Broom Metal chain Crowbar Buffer Floor stain Paint brush or roller
- Make sure all dust and debris is removed from the floor before staining.