Update ceramic tile kitchen floor other then replacing it or stenciling it.
How can I get my old wood floors looking new again
I have what appears to be thick black grease in a spot on my carpet. I tried working it with oxyclean, spray & wash, etc., and no luck, in fact, it sort of spread it... See more
As I continue with my kitchen research I have now confirmed that my flooring is not lineoleum but indeed tile. Thank you all with the previous question and answers. H... See more
I looking to replace the flooring on the 1st floor. There is a 18x18 family room, 20x12 dining room, 11x12 kitchen and a 8x8 entryway. I currently have laminate ove... See more
The flooring is not real wood.
I have been researching a lot and would like to install a plywood floor over concrete in two bedrooms in our basement. I have seen many blogs and read a lot, and know... See more
Our log home has pine tongue and groove flooring which our large dogs have scarred badly. Can I lay a floating floor over it or what would you suggest?
I have wide pine floors ( I’m renting the cottage, so redoing them is not an option) and the dirt is constantly getting trapped In the cracks. Even after I vaccuum,... See more
I had tile flooring professionally laid in my house 5 years ago noe the floor is splotchy ....you can see where some parts of it have no finish and other parts do.
I am thinking of changing my current kitchen flooring. We currently have “18 travertine ceramic tiles running at an angle. All the other floors are hardwood or cera... See more
I have a tumbled edged off white floor tile in my kitchen. The white grout is impossible to keep clean. I want to change color of grout to match a color in my quartz... See more
Peel and stick planks - where can I use them? If not, what would be a good alternative if I can't afford the waterproof planks?
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