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Wood Flooring Guy.com Top Pages & Categories (Spring 2013)

Posts about flaking finish
A post about a new floor making midnight popping noises
A post about blotchy finish
Posts about toxicity and flooring products
The how to move your refrigerator back into place post
Posts about staining
Many posts about problems with finishing
A post about a second coat not drying
A post about chatter, one of two in this top list
A huge post about setting your thermostat while you’re away from your floor
A post about installing laminate around spindles
A post about how soon you can walk on a floor after final coat
Posts on choosing a stain color
Post on creaking floors
Posts on removing various goo and gunk from wood floors
Posts about pet stains on wood floors
A post on the “best polyurethane”, at least in Craig’s eyes
A post on matching stair nosing
Posts on protecting your wood floors from damage
A post on ripples (chatter) from uneven sanding
A post on missing areas when coating with poly
Posts on spills and flooding damage to floors
Posts on dullness
Ripping out old flooring posts