We have some vinyl tiles on our bathroom floor that have a few gaps. We have tried using some caulking but that didn't work very well. Any suggestions on what else we... See more
How can I install a new floor over existing tile? I cannot keep the grout clean !
New dishwasher install today. After the person left I saw 2 cuts/damage of the vinyl flooring on each side. That damage wasn't there from old dishwasher. The person ... See more
My wood laminate flooring is a year old and my office chair has worn a path on the floor where it has rolled around. Is there any way I can restore the flooring?
We just bought a house which was built in 1910. I'm having the basement waterproofed. While they were digging the trenches, the workmen discovered that a portion of... See more
I want to know if floorboards should be changed to match lighter floors
I'm a renter, plan to be here long-term. The faux wood floors (maybe like tile flooring material?) just don't shine! I've tried several products. Suggestions? Than... 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
I spilled resin on my wood floor, what can I do to remove it?
I am just about finished with room, I ran across a color I really like for the floor but also leaning toward a grey floor too. See photo of room and color samples of ... See more
I live in a small trailer. The cold radiates up from the floor and it (the floor) doesn’t get warm all winter. I have laminate flooring right now. I also have an... See more
I just finished staining a piece of furniture unfortunately some of the stain has gotten on my light colored waxed wood floor what can I use to remove it without dama... See more
Can I polyurethane my ceramic tile kitchen floor to make it shinier? Would it last?
How can I easily remove outdoor carpet on my patio? Any help is appreciated!
I have linoleum tile in my kitchen. Some of the ends are starting to pop up. What is the best way to get them to stick back down again?
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?