How do you fix laminate kitchen floor tiles that separated?
The edges have swelled and are curling. I do not have replacement piece. Could I sand the edges down and paint it or stain them?
Help, our puppy managed to chew up part of our laminate flooring. The spots are about 2 ft square. We can't afford to replace it right now since it's one piece from o... See more
Please, I need some help! A senior citizen friend of mine had a accident and didn't make it to the bathroom on my wool area rug and I can't get the urine odor out of ... See more
Can you polyurethane vinyl flooring instead of waxing to get it to shine. I was refinishing a night stand for my grandson & I accidentally brushed the floor with the ... See more
After 15 years, our stained concrete floors are looking worn. Can they be restained? If so, what is the procedure? Is it a DIY or better left to professionals/
I used TSP on my tile floors thinking it would get them amazingly clean. Nope. They look worse than before. I think the TSP pulled some color from the darker grout AN... See more
How can I get my old wood floors looking new again
We have our wall to wall carpets cleaned professionally. But over time, the edges look dirty once the carpets are dry. I guess any remaining dirt travels to the edges... See more
I’d like to update the look of my bathroom floor old tiles without removing them. I wonder if I can or even should paint the floor?
I'm hoping you can help me estimate how much our new floors should cost. We are weighing the options and at this point it looks like we will go with solid hardwood. I... See more
By my front door the hardwood floors have darken from the traffic in and out, is there a way to lighten it, without redoing the whole floor?Maria C
Its cemented but with the heavy rains, there’s been water coming up thru the cement and causing excessive dampness more than ever before. Theres a perimeter ditch t... See more
Any ideas on how to jazz up a bathroom floor with one by one tiles? I hate it!
I have a 100year old farmhouse that has maple floors. The owner before tried to redo them and left spaces between the wood. I am not sure if I could resand and polyur... See more
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
ok, there was damage to the tiles, and i was going to removed all the tiles to the bare wood. decided it was just too hard to do that. i am 70 yrs old. tried the reci... See more
Hi, I just put in new tiles. I wanted to know if there is a way to seal the grouting so it does not get dirty/stained. Any ideas? TIA!