my bathroom is done in some kind of stone, like terrazo, or something. I hate it. the floor is a light beige with squiggles but it looks dirty all the time. the grout... See more
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
Anyone had any success removing black discolouration/black stains from their hardwood floors. Have just sanded mine to be pale timber, but about 1-20 still have black... See more
New dishwasher install today. After the person left I saw 2 cuts/damage of the vinyl flooring on each side. That damage wasn't there from old dishwasher. The person ... See more
Our house is over 20 years old and has narrow plank natural maple hardwood floors. We would like to update our house some by refinishing the floors so they don’t ha... See more
We purchased a new to us home that is actually 45 years old. The downstairs flooring was replaced with a wood type flooring. They had really old carpet on the stair... See more
How do I remove paint from kitchen floor tiles without damaging them?
I have a bathroom 20ftx12ft with a 3ft long stepson one side that is 3 and half inc high from one side to other, looking to tile over ceramic floor how would I make t... See more
Paint a vinyl tile floor?
I had a laminate floor put in 8 yrs ago. It was never a good color and now its worn and even though its support to be water resistant it soaks up spills. Is there any... See more
I have mahogony colored laminate floor that shows every speck of dust & mess! Is vinegar & water the best way to clean it?
I will be putting down vinyl stick-and-peel tiles on my kitchen floor, and am curious as to whether or not to apply any topcoat to 'seal' any small cracks between the... See more
Would like to make a cleaning mixture to clean my hardwood floors. Is homemade better than store bought?
they're about 5 inches wide, some gaps (from a crack, to 3/8") in between.... can i stain and make look decent, do i paint them porch grey, and what do i fill the gap... See more
little skid marks that dont come off with regular moping
I have an awful mix n match of worn & different color/type wood floors. For the worst can I paint it white? Its darker & has a reddish tint.
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