How do you fix laminate kitchen floor tiles that separated?
I have a 1956 ranch home. The bathroom wall and floor tiles in the house are original and in mint condition. My problem is the floor tiles. I cannot seem to bring any... See more
I had a flood in my kitchen and need to replace my flooring. Here is what I have-2 teenagers, a pool (with the access being through the kitchen), a lab that sheds lik... See more
From years of mopping
What is the best green cleaner for tile floors?
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
I tried to clean this old yucky chalk and grout. Nothing works. Should I peel chalk off and put new chalk on? And paint on grout?
I will be replacing all of the trim and baseboards in my bedroom before I install the carpet. Is there a rule of thumb regarding how much space to leave to accommoda... See more
And clean the tiles up. Thank you
Need to remove very old carpet from hallway and two very small bedrooms. Need direction, as when we first moved in 13 years ago all we could afford to install in livi... See more
A heavy object fell and damaged one piece, a little dent. And 2 pieces of laminated floor has scratches
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
The cement garage floor is dirty, greasy and stained with God knows what! I'm thinking of cleaning it and then painting it. I want to put the house up for sale an... See more
On my staircase that broke in 1/2. I no longer have the piece
Happy hoildays.I have concrete floors in my kitchen.How to I get the grease off it.
Does anyone have advice on how to pull several stair risers back into contact with the treads where they have separated? I just bought a 1920's house and a few of the... See more
My old and stained carpet in living room and dining room has to go. From what I can tell, there are asbestos tiles around the perimeter of the rooms and hardwood in t... See more
The tiles are coming off the floor of this shower floor. It was built in the ‘70’s. I really would like to replace so it can be SCRUBBED REALLY GOOD! How difficu... See more
What can we do to our basement floor without glueing anytjing down or carpeting it?
I’m trying to conceal raised water pipes, a drain, and a raised electrical outlet in the floor. They’re about 8 inches above the floor. What can I do to cover