You could have ALOT of fun with this! I recommend you go to your local
hardware store and purchase wood filler for hardwood floors. You can rent a
sander if you don't have one if your surface is rough. After painting finish
with a sealer also made for hardwood floors - it is clear and will provide a
hard durable finish. There is really no rule that says you have to put
linoleum, carpet, etc. down.
> Has anyone ever heard of painting on plywood floors? In my art studio I'm
> thinking of painting directly on the plywood. Maybe marbelizing or making
> it look like faux tiles. I've heard I have to caulk cracks and use wood
> putty to level out areas, but am a bit nervous about doing it. Don't
> want carpet where I paint and linoleum doesn't come as wide as my new
> studio. I really don't want seams to show. So I thought about using floor
> paint. Any thoughts???
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