We have a 40 year old house with pine floors. The floors were coated with polyurethane at the time of installation. Unfortunately, our blind diabetic house dog uri... See more
I’m heartbroken that my toddler granddaughter ruined my dining room floors with a black marker. The marks are horrible. I’ve tried toothpaste, Dawn, alcohol and f... See more
Just replaced carpet with manufactured hard wood. Now replacing old slate tile in entry way and thru the hallway. Need to know how to pick a coordinating tile floorin... See more
Thank you so much for the awesome and quick and awesome suggestions 😊My husband and I will try them! Thank you again! I have another one... I’ll post as soon I h... See more
I am considering removing ceramic tile and polishing the concrete or staining it.
How do I remove paint from kitchen floor tiles without damaging them?
I have a softwood floor in my house. (There when I bought it...would never have use softwood myself). It is scratched and worn (pets and kids) How can I bring it back... See more
I stained my hardwood floors with white stain, now i need ideas for a polyurethane to seal
carpet squares are glued onto cement basement floor , we had a flood from water pipe burst , they are wet and I can't get them off the cement floor , they won't budge... See more
My Subfloor is coming up in a area in a bedroom.
I have new maple wood floor installed and noticed that there is a sharpie mark on the wood. I already tried to remove it with some alcohol and the "toothpaste" method... See more
Is it possible?
After painting our knotty pine wall we discovered after pulling off the painters tape that some of the shellac based primer seeped under the tape & onto our newly ref... See more
My newly installed floor looks so dull and boring and appears to be dirty. I want the floor to shine! Vinegar and detergent isn't doing the job. Help!
There is no need to save the tiles and the sub floor can also be removed.
The floor in my kitchen is concrete and slants downward. I am hunting the best way or options to fix this. Thanks in advance.
I purchased an older home. The bathroom floor looks like this.See pic below. I'm not sure what the material is. What I do know is that no matter how many times I mop... See more
We are replacing carpet and older laminate on our main floor and would like to carry it down the 2 sets of stairs (bi-level). We're looking at using the Coretec produ... See more