Hi,As an enthusiast DIY-er, i will be attempting to do our flooring and install laminate flooring, what’s the best thickness to choose?
The way the air flows in my house, there is always dirt and dog hair on my nice white bathroom floor. The tile is in in good shape but I need a way to keep the floor ... See more
We just moved into a house that has floors that look just like old oak lumber. From what I can find on the internet, I believe they are laminate. Can someone please... See more
How to Clean very dirty textured vinyl floor
Help, our puppy managed to chew up part of our laminate flooring. The spots are about 2 ft square. We can't afford to replace it right now since it's one piece from o... See more
I need to paint wood floors with a built in stain and odor sealant in the paint. I want super durable fast drying due to rescuing and pet damage. I need something tha... See more
My antique floors, in my antique home, had their final sanding nearly 20 years ago. I have had, and still do have, large dogs who have gouged and scratched the floors... See more
My old tiles are in a really bad shape and hard to remove
What supplies/materialswould I need to remove grit, grime, grease, dust embedded on vinyl floor around perimeters of appliances that doesn't appear to have EVER been ... See more
My last two houses had hardwood floors which I loved. I recently moved into a carpeted apartment with my two little dogs. They seem to think the carpet is grass and a... See more
Can I polyurethane my ceramic tile kitchen floor to make it shinier? Would it last?
Is there a broom or type of broom that can adhere to pet hair? I am looking for one that can be used to pick up hair from hardwood floors?
Any suggestions on how we should do the trim on the wall from our kitchen to dinning room as the floor is substantially lower in the dining room. See picture.
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