We have always had a problem with water pooling at the bottom of the front stairway (entry to our home) after it rains. Sometimes, 2-4 inches. My husband tried to fix... See more
We were painting our dining room and my husband knocked the paint can over and left a large puddle of paint on carpet. I’ve sopped up a lot but a large spot remains... See more
Have a older garage that my son stored his 81 Firebird in.When we moved the car out of the garage their were oil and gas stains. Any homemade cleaners I can use to r... See more
Need to repair and blend colors on an old kitchen floor and then seal/coat entire floor with something good and durable. I included a picture of the area needing repa... See more
We recently remodeled our kitchen and put down click n lock vinyl. We had gutted the kitchen so the flooring went down before see put in appliances. In the working tr... See more
My black vinyl floor gets grey white patches when it's buffed. What can I do?
There is so many spots & I've been scrubbing all day & it's not working.
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
My son dragged a heavy cabinet across my floor and caused some deep scratches. What is the easiest way to fix those scratches?
.. Tried most of everything
My 3 large dogs have pounded my yard into a muddy mess. I’ve fenced off a portion to keep nice, but the rest gets run through the house with muddy paw prints all ov... See more
I have pulled up my carpet and now have no idea what to do with the entire living room floor. The area is 900 sq ft. We do not want carpet again. We like some floorin... See more
I would like to take up my carpet and replace with laminate. How hard is that to do? What do I need to know?
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?
How can I cover up cut out laminate around a gas woodstove's feet? We were unable to remove stove.
I'm looking for a non-carpet option for basement floor covering that would hold up to occasional moisture. Would bamboo be the best material? TY
We now have light bamboo flooring which is too soft -- that it scratches and dents easily. Also, previous owners put rug on top of bamboo and now there are nail hole... See more