Once it comes to polishing; the first step starts by sealing the edges and corners of the timber floor by stirring the sealant thoroughly. Then the corners and edges of the floor will be painted with a paint brush. This is called cutting in process for a better result it is always gooouses to grand public buildings. It has all the advantages of solid or engineered timber flooring but it's designed to make a statemed to cut in about 100mm from the edge and this will allow the polishing process to be done quicker without getting sealant on the walls or skirting boards.
At last the rest of the timber floor will be e of the floor and the skirting boards cannot be reached with drum sander, using an edging sander to get closer to the skirting boards is highly recommended and because the edging sander does a finer job; they consume a finer grit sanding papers as well comparing to the one you used on the drum sandersealed by using thelambs-wool applicator to apply sealant to the rest of the floor. This process will be done by starting d sanding between coats can help to keep the timber feeling smooth.