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bozmangal

04:54AM | 01/02/03
Member Since: 12/29/02
3 lifetime posts
Msilva,
I want to (ironically) say that it was an Armstrong glue, it came in a tube as opposed to a caulker tube. We're gearing up for our next floor replacement project, and it's in the dining room/kitchen area.(btw, see posting about tile border with wood insert...am trying to find a guideline..and we thought that since the Uniclic went together so easily that is where we would go, but you do have a point about replacing boards...back to the drawing boards so to speak

msilva

05:13AM | 01/02/03
Member Since: 10/22/02
6 lifetime posts
bozmangal
I read your posting on tile borders. I would not use Uniclic or any similar product as it is supposed to be a "floating floor" and require a transition strip between the tile and the "wood" planks. You will have a bump in your floor, but I'm sure you want that to be a flush condition.
AzFred,
I see you edited your comment to include a recommendation on the sealant. I guess what you are saying is that you should put nothing in the plank joints except for the perimeter of the room. That is not an option with me because if moisture gets back in the joints, the floor will be ruined. BTW, the floor is supposed to be damp mopped only. We do that very carefully, but have already started to detect a slight raising of the joints due to the slight moisture.

smoovaWak

06:22PM | 02/18/12
Member Since: 02/04/12
1 lifetime posts
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