Am tearing up carpet in an old house and there is black residue on the hardwood underneath somebody said may be from linoleum long ago. Anyone know of a solvent that ... See more
How to Clean very dirty textured vinyl floor
I have decided to get rid of my old carpets in my bedroom and want to to replace with vinyl planking, which i have in the rest of the house, but unfortunately floorin... See more
Toilet overflowed we are in clean up mode what the best thing to use to wash the floor that has a disinfectant in it but won’t lift the ceramic floor please reply A... See more
I have off white laminate floor tiles that over the last few months have really started bubbling and peeling on top. You know, the wax like protective coating. Is the... See more
My new house has ugly mauve kitchen tile. Too expensive to rip out. What can I do to update it?
We installed a lovely light driftwood gray laminate floor in our home. I love the color but wish the finish wasn't so dull looking. I have serious concerns about coat... 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..!
I have a very very ugly shag carpet throughout my living and dining room. The problem(s) is that underneath is a cement floor. I am on a tight budget. Is there anythi... See more
Does anyone have any ideas about cleaning my wood floors with a water based solution
Our travertine on our entry level is cracking. The floor on the lower level is fine. And our fake wood floor in the dining area and living room is kinda sagging. I ca... See more
Does anyone know if you can paint carpeting or do something else to improve the looks of carpeting? Thank you.
Would like to make a cleaning mixture to clean my hardwood floors. Is homemade better than store bought?
I moved a piece of furniture and found a dark "dirt" spot from the box it came in. My new carpet has just been placed one week ago. I recalled that a while ago someon... See more
i have laminate wood floors that are lifting, can I fix without pulling them out & replacing
Peel and stick planks - where can I use them? If not, what would be a good alternative if I can't afford the waterproof planks?