I was changing the black toner cartridge on my inkjet printer and accidently got 4 or so small spots of black toner on my carpet. I'm a bit scared to try anything cu... See more
We recently had new floors put in and the caulk to fill the seam between the floor and the baseboards was very poorly done. It is uneven, with rough edges, and just l... See more
ive found some info on this topic already, which is what brought me here, just wanted to ask a little more detail.I painted over a linoleum floor (i know not recommen... See more
My bathroom currently has a torginol flooring that is not the smoothest finish due to lack of expertise of installers. It is base white with beige gold lite brown & g... See more
I thought mixing baking soda and water and scrubbing into my carpet to get out stains would be a good idea, but now it just looks really nasty like white stains, and ... See more
I want to purchase correct underlayment that I can paint until I can afford to cover it with linoleum?
Here is what my dilemma. For 8 yrs I have painted every year a floor glossy black oil base. I then put a clear coat. It turns out beautiful but with in six months the... See more
hello everyone! How do I remove old oil stains from granite on the floor?
can you tile on top of the old bathroom black and white tiles?? mine areold and dingy .
How do I level this sunken living room floor. Thanks
One of the steps of our carpeted basement staircase broke. I don’t know where to begin to even try to fix or replace. Any suggestions?
Its a really big space and I have a few rugs scattered around..but I need the whole thing to feel cozy and comfortable..oh! And pretty..!
My 3 large dogs have pounded my yard into a muddy mess. I’ve fenced off a portion to keep nice, but the rest gets run through the house with muddy paw prints all ov... See more
We just purchased a home that has terrazzo floors throughout the home. Floors are in awesome shape and would like to have them stay that way. Any recommendations on... See more
Found under carpet, then pad, then linoleum, then newspaper. Some of the newspaper is stuck to the floor, but all in all floor in good shape.
What can we do to our basement floor without glueing anytjing down or carpeting it?
I have an awful mix n match of worn & different color/type wood floors. For the worst can I paint it white? Its darker & has a reddish tint.
Any ideas on how to jazz up a bathroom floor with one by one tiles? I hate it!