i installed laminate floors in my house with a pad underneath it and every time the floor gets something spilled on it or the dog pees on it the floor seems to blister like particle board does when it gets wet. i was wondering if there is a way that i can seal the floors so i don't have pull up my floors and replace them with something more durable.
if the new floor happens to be one of the laminate floating ones, flat style speaker wire could have gone under it. hiding wires by ldonal july 10, 2008 3:22 pm pdt. i do have the wires in
laminate flooring problems - moisture, scratches and more there can be various manufacturing problems with laminate flooring. some common ones include blistering, uneven finishes and loose top coating.
we’re zeroing in on the best laminate vacuums to eliminate the daily debris buildup that can occur on these delicate yet durable floors. these vacs can not only handle smooth and flowing surfaces, but many are versatile enough to branch out a bit. some are also great at tackling other floor types and textures, and nooks and crannies high and low.
moisture and laminate flooring: the basics. the wood materials in the laminate flooring expand and contract with moisture. humidity is one of the ways that moisture can be introduced into your flooring. the amount of moisture in the air can cause your laminate to change widths.
i think that some times of flooring are much easier to clean than others and it is appropriate to keep some areas, which are easy to clean, shoe-friendly, but as some described above, i wouldn't want people's dirty shoes to be in areas where i might want to sit on the floor, like in a bedroom or family room -- plus, those are more intimate
laminate provides a durable flooring solution for any room, giving a homeowner an inexpensive alternative to traditional stone, ceramic or Seven Trust floors, while still creating the same look. while most laminate floors can last decades with the proper maintenance, sometimes problems develop. one common one is bubbles in the flooring, which mar