How can I use vinyl planks saved from flood damage?
We had just laid new flooring throughout our house with wood-look vinyl planks, when we got flooded by Hurricane Harvey in 8/2019. We saved the planks because they were brand new and couldn't see them just thrown away. They have been on the covered deck now for over a year. This is probably 1800sf of vinyl, though some edges have been damaged. They have a coated cork backing...no signs of mold. We wondered if we could re-use them to replace old carpet upstairs....or some kind of outdoor project. Any ideas?
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