I have a stain in my carpet and I don’t know what it is and I can’t get it out with my steam cleaner.
From my son’s hover board.
Hi,As an enthusiast DIY-er, i will be attempting to do our flooring and install laminate flooring, what’s the best thickness to choose?
We have a VERY old rent house and our last renter left owing us money and a house with a TON of damage. The kitchen floor was large tile and now over 50% of the tile... See more
I removed the carpet and found terrazzo flooring. The floors have paint ( when they painted the walls) and holes from carpet strips. Can I fix this myself?
We have an old bath house the we renovated a 2 bedroom house. Everything is done except for some walls and concrete floors in our laundry room and bedroom. What can w... See more
We have a cabin that is built on a concrete slab. In the summer it sweats. What can I do to prevent this?
My roommate bought her home and it needs a lot of work. She's a senior on a fixed income so we're trying to do it ourselves as cheap as possible. The floors look lik... See more
My bathroom has cheap floor tile that has separated. The area is maybe 4×7 with a clawfoot tub. I thought maybe grout or put something self leveling something. ( I'm... See more
Don't want to take up linoleum floor but would like to change..any suggestions?
I have a burn mark on my outdoor rug that I am trying to fix. Can anyone recommend a way to fix it without having to buy a new rug?
How can i get dog urine stains and odors out of carpet..i have tried the pet stai removers with my carpet cleaner and vinegar and water..dosent quite get it ..any sug... See more
What options do I have with improperly installed ceramic tile flooring -throughout my entire home? The work is so poorly done that I cannot walk barefoot anywhere. ... See more
I am having trouble cleaning my ceramic tiles in the kitchen and bathrooms. I have tried cleaners but nothing works. Any suggestions to make them not so dingy?
The flooring is not real wood.
Can I stain over my hardwood floor without sanding? Some of the old shellac is peeling. I want to cover it with a walnut color polyurethane stain as the current color... See more
We are removing old linoleum and so far hot water seems the work the best but is still really hard work. Does anyone know of an easier way? Kerosene and torches are o... See more