Siena flooring is known for its durability, but like all wood floors, it can develop wear and scratches over time, especially in high-traffic areas. The extent of wear depends on factors like wood hardness, finish type, and maintenance.
For minor surface scratches or wear, options for refinishing may include sanding and recoating. This process involves lightly sanding the surface to remove imperfections and applying a fresh coat of finish. Deeper scratches and damage may require a more extensive sanding and refinishing process.
The ability to refinish Siena flooring largely depends on the thickness of the wear layer, so it's important to choose a product with a substantial wear layer to ensure long-term durability and the option for future refinishing. Proper maintenance, such as using rugs and floor protectors, can also help prevent wear and scratches, preserving the floor's appearance and extending its life.