Q: Can I glue down a laminate floor?
A: Each manufacturer has their own recommendations for installation. I would definitely follow those. I’ve not heard of a laminate that was intended to be glued.
- No glue floor
Q: We are going to replace carpet that is over concrete, that is in our living room and dining room. We do not want to glue down a floor and we are running into problems about selection of a good product. We are trying to install the wood up to…
- Dull laminate floor
How do I get my laminated wood floor to look like new? After moving in, and Christmas with the grandkids, we have scruff marks all over the floor. The laminated floor has become dull.
- Spilled carpenter's/wood glue on laminate floor
Q: In the kitchen of the house we just bought, the previous owner spilled carpenter's/wood glue on the inside of our cabinet doors as well as on the laminate floors. Is there any solvent I can safely use to dissolve the glue to make it easier to scrape it off?…
- Bubbles where sun hits laminate floor
Q: I have a maple laminated floor. In the sun, a few spots of the finish have bubbled and cracked. The floor was guaranteed for 25 years. What would you do? A: I would contact the installer and manufacturer.
- ISO laminate floor panel remover tool
Q: I need the laminate floor panel remover tool. I tried Torly's web site and found no such item listed. A: You will probably have to buy it through one of their distributors. They won't sell to the general public.
- Temporarily removing part of laminate floor
Q: The previous owner laid laminate flooring in the lounge. I need to remove part of the flooring to check the floor boarding underneath, because the floor has become springy near to the rear door. Is there an easy way to do this and preserve the laminate flooring that I…