is there a way to remove pet urine stains in hardwood flooring. Pulled up carpet after 25 years, numerous pets over the years and 3 boys. There are many stains on t... See more
How do I get indentations out of Berber carpet?
This is about a 3" round spill near the curbside flowers.
When we first moved in there was brown paint over the wood floor. My stepdaughter insisted she wanted a pink floor so we did it. Well my husband passed away and my st... See more
We recently had new floors put in and the caulk to fill the seam between the floor and the baseboards was very poorly done. It is uneven, with rough edges, and just l... See more
I have a ceramic floor in the kitchen. What is the best way to clean the grout and get rid of stains?
We just bought a house which was built in 1910. I'm having the basement waterproofed. While they were digging the trenches, the workmen discovered that a portion of... See more
How can I remove tough stubborn stains from my carpet without using a vacuum cleaner?Which home made hacks can I use?
How do I remove paint from kitchen floor tiles without damaging them?
What's causing this
I am looking for Stardust floor tiles like you see in the Disney store, malls and airports. Does anyone know of a company in the US that sells them?
How can I remove the paint from laminate floors ? I’m unhappy with the One dimensional look. Can I remove the varnish and paint with stripper ?
Hello, I had a Saltillo tile floor put in 4 yeas ago. The installers did not put the proper Finnish on the floor and looks terrible. Can I strip and put a new Finnish... See more
.. Tried most of everything
I have ceramic flooring in my kitchen. The finish has become very dull. Is there something I can apply to give it a glossy look. Floor wax didn't work.
We recently had a flood in our basement and decided to change the toilet in the laundry room. We'll that turned in to replacing the flooring and the molding as well. ... See more
Its a really big space and I have a few rugs scattered around..but I need the whole thing to feel cozy and comfortable..oh! And pretty..!
New carpet - leftover - want to use it some where else but need to "seal"edge so it will not keep raveling
I have a 2-story home, & I'm thinking about replacing the upstairs carpet with ceramic tile due to allergy reasons. Is it possible to do this with the floors on the 2... See more
We are removing old linoleum and so far hot water seems the work the best but is still really hard work. Does anyone know of an easier way? Kerosene and torches are o... See more
My kitchen floor is terrible. When we bought th house it wasn't to bad, we now need to remove it because tiles are cracked, chipped, and just looks terrible..Also we ... See more
I have old oak flooring in pretty good shape. APPX 500 sq ft. I've had anywhere from $700-1800 quotes to refurbish. There's about 1800 reasons not to go this route. ... See more