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My ‘travertine’ like ceramic tile is laid in the house and on the patio, but is extremely slippery when wet. How Can I reduce risk slipping?
Kitchen floor tile has small chips. How can I hide these small eyesores?
I had some scratches from my dogs nails in the cork floor of a home I'm renting. I was able to lightly sand out the scratches, applied clear polyurethane and buffed ... See more
I put down some carpet over the weekend and used Roberts 8015 universal carpet seam sealer on the carpet seams. However, I was not smart enough to realize you are sup... See more
I have old linoleum floors in my kitchen that lost their luster. They are stained and I have tried everything. Vinegar, bleach, hydrogen peroxide with baking soda. An... See more
We are building a new home and trying to decide between engineered hardwood or vinyl plank wood-look flooring. We have two kids and are wanting durability but want it... 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
I have 12 x 24 ceramic tiles installed in my pottery studio. I am not a fan, since clay gets trapped in the grout lines and is virtually impossible to clean without ... See more
Need to repair and blend colors on an old kitchen floor and then seal/coat entire floor with something good and durable. I included a picture of the area needing repa... See more
What the best way to bring back the shine on hardwood floors theses are so dull I have tried just bout everything
What’s the best thing for hardwood floors
When I bought my house there was outside carpet on the front steps, over the years it started looking bad so recently I began to rip it up and for the most past the c... See more
I will be painting the tile in our entry next week - not in budget to replace. I’ll be going the sand/clean/prime/paint/seal route. I’ve seen many tutorials, all ... See more
I have beautiful expensive wood floors. Unfortunately they are finished in very dark color (dark mohagony) and the room itself is really dark. I am tempted to refini... See more
The previous owners left me with this mess in my hall bathroom. I cannot afford to replace anything so my only option is repair and no honey to help.
DOg peed & I cleaned it up but to late to prevent it from seeping & staining. Can't replace wood b/c no longer made. Can I sand & try to match color or what?
what can I do to refurbish or renew this floor without removing the linoleum or the entry strip? This floor is over 3o yrs. I can't get the yellowish stain out after ... See more