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?
The edges have swelled and are curling. I do not have replacement piece. Could I sand the edges down and paint it or stain them?
Can I install flexible flooring over vinyl tile that has1/32 deep grooves at the edges ?
From years of mopping
I have kept my off white carpet spotless and clean (cats and all) in several rooms of our house. However, we are downsizing, so I want it perfect. There is at least... See more
Over the years the sealer and stain have worn off and the exposed wood is dry in the heavy traffic areas. When it was originally sealed the poly cracked and chipped o... See more
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
I was just given some laminate flooring, not enough for any of my floors but I really need new counter tops and was wondering if any one had done this before?
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
I’d like to update the look of my bathroom floor old tiles without removing them. I wonder if I can or even should paint the floor?
We have the floorong you but down your self. They are separating and dull
After painting our knotty pine wall we discovered after pulling off the painters tape that some of the shellac based primer seeped under the tape & onto our newly ref... See more
I am currently installing a new ceiling in my family room and would like to know if I can insulate the ceiling to prevent heat transfer to the upper floor. I already ... See more
I also want to know what would be the best kitchen flooring and least expensive option after getting rid of the carpeting. The carpeting goes up the wall about 6 inc... See more