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No matter how durable the finish is, grit, stones, and water tracked onto a wood floor can cause premature wearing and scratching of the finish. High heel shoes can indent the wood's surface. To make the floors finish last the longest, we suggest using heavy mats outside all exterior doors with small rugs on the wood flooring at all entrances and in front of ...
Wait for it to dry....I have seen parquet that has been completely under water for several days, (and which was warped) to recover completely. Basically there is nothing you can do but wait....everything else would be worse. Recovery depends mostly on type of wood.
Here's the process I was told was to use: Spread some sawdust over the curvy board with filler, as if you were going to pile some dirt to even out the field. Use some sand paper to smoothen out the filler, which will stiffen Then coat it with a smooth finish Alternatively, just remove a small sector of the board, turn it into a T formation into a bottom ...
Just start at an interior outside wall. The outside wall in 99% of the time is square. Make some chalk lines and measure to the archways to see where it will land then measure to the final wall and see where it will land. With interior walls and archways you have no control over the squareness. Start on outside wall and if interior wall is out of square by ...
whoever installed it originaly didnt have a clue what they were doing. Niether do you. you NEVER glue the underlayment..it is an Acclimating product.SMH
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