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A wood laminate floor was damaged slightly and we need to determine if we can find replacement planks. I would like to take one plank out from a corner and bring it to Lowe's and Home Depot to try to match.

I am uncertain as to which corner to select. Any suggestions or lessons learned are appreciated. Thank you

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You might want to consider the actual future repair options before you decide to remove any plank...are the damaged planks close to the wall -or- in the middle of the room?

I believe the details noted in this article will help you make your decision (note: I am not associated with the site): https://www.bestlaminate.com/blog/how-to-replace-damaged-laminate-flooring-planks/

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When I lay a floor, I like to start on the longest, straightest, unbroken wall (in most cases).

It would be a good bet to pick a piece from the opposite wall of what I just described.

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