I have scratches and gouges and the floor looks dull. It would be nice to make it look better instead of replacing it
I had a flood in my kitchen and need to replace my flooring. Here is what I have-2 teenagers, a pool (with the access being through the kitchen), a lab that sheds lik... See more
From years of mopping
I have kept my off white carpet spotless and clean (cats and all) in several rooms of our house. However, we are downsizing, so I want it perfect. There is at least... See more
tile is almond color glazed and has been down for over 20 years. Love it and do not want to replace it. Help Please!
I only use the product (Bellawood) that the floor company recommended. I sweep & clean daily because of the foot prints & shoes etc.
I have lived in this apartment about 12 years and have had a couple of cars that leaked oil, not to mention the oil from the previous renters. Is there anything that... See more
Just pulled carpet up in basement. What is the best solution for cleaning the concrete floor?
We moved to a rental apartment with a lovely balcony. Unfortunately the outdoor carpeting is threadbare and nasty looking! The concrete underneath is covered with ca... See more
I used everything on my basement tiles, that I thought was mildew, even bleach, pine sol vinegar etc., and nothing worked. I am beginning to think that is a discolorz... See more
I had tile flooring professionally laid in my house 5 years ago noe the floor is splotchy ....you can see where some parts of it have no finish and other parts do.
A heavy object fell and damaged one piece, a little dent. And 2 pieces of laminated floor has scratches
I saw on tv where they were flipping a house and they had cement floors. It was really pretty. Do you know how to do this?
Should I use the asphalt crack repair in-a-tube or the loose stuff in a bucket for the cracks? It's a 50 year old driveway and the it's going to take a lot of whateve... See more
What to do refinishing 100 year old wood floors with wide gap between boards
I'm currently finishing my basement. There are two halves to my basement and they are separated by a very interesting incline. I don't know whether I should build som... See more
I'm hoping someone may have some advice on a project that I am considering; I would like to try to apply contact paper to the concrete floor in a small basement room.... See more
I have two large dogs that run the fence line and get very muddy paws. There’s mulch in the space but it doesn’t help keep their paws from getting muddy. What do ... See more
Does anyone have advice on how to pull several stair risers back into contact with the treads where they have separated? I just bought a 1920's house and a few of the... See more
We havea few drops of blood on our carpets.How can we remove them?
Tiles are 20 plus years old can not afford to replace but would love to clean grouting and tiles any ideas please.