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Learn how to disguise a patch job in a hardwood floor; includes step-by-step instructions along with finishing tips, materials, and tools lists.

Not too long ago, I widened a doorway and installed French doors between our living room and family room. I was pleased with the way the project turned out, but there was a little repair work left to do afterward. When I removed a portion of the wall, I had to put in several new strips of flooring. This left me with two problems: the strips were slightly higher than the surrounding floor and they were unfinished. I needed to level the floor and then match the color of the finish. Here is the process I used.

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