My floor is in good shape except for a few tiles. Can I repair them without replacing the whole floor.
Help me, please It looks like this
I have a stain in my carpet and I don’t know what it is and I can’t get it out with my steam cleaner.
Maple wood flooring in the kitchen has many scuffs and “gouges”, as well as scratches. I don’t want to replace it, as it will be going up for sale soon.
I removed the carpet and found terrazzo flooring. The floors have paint ( when they painted the walls) and holes from carpet strips. Can I fix this myself?
How to remove coffee stain from area rug?
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
Old bathroom rug left remnants of the backing on bathroom floor.
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
I can't afford to buy new ones
I moved into my parents 60 yr old home when they passed and the living room has real hardwood floors. How hard is it to strip off old finish and redo? It also has a f... See more
Hi the epoxy paint on my garage floor is old ( I think 18 years old). It is looking really bad. How do I take off the old paint and do new one.
About a month ago I spilled plain black decaf coffee on the hall carpeting of my sr. complex. The professionals (here at "the home") have tried to remove it, but it's... See more
We havea few drops of blood on our carpets.How can we remove them?
some of my wood floors has faded how to fix it
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I am having trouble cleaning my ceramic tiles in the kitchen and bathrooms. I have tried cleaners but nothing works. Any suggestions to make them not so dingy?
I'm getting ready to put down a laminate wood floor. Can I use a 10" sliding miter saw to cut a 12" board?