what matters about drying is how much water content is left in the wood,not how it was dryed.try to get down to about 6%...i'm sure there is a majo...
carpetmanMember since 01/26/03
you can use tiles again but,getting them clean is the hard part,you can grind of the grout with a dremmel tool,it takes a long time,cheaper to get ...
you can glue the treads down with liquid nails,where the riser meets the tread you can put a 1/4 rd.make sure you nail and glue the nose....good luck
please post more information.what do you mean by poor sanding? was the whole floor sanded,or only part of the floor? what colors do you want to bl...
are you talking about a shower?anyway i think anything is possible.it may not however be a good idea.post more details of what you want to do....
if you can't countersink the nails ,you can't sand the floor....no option on this,sorry.......good luck
the problem with a glued down underlayment is you can never get it out,you might concider staples,one every six inchs in every direction,every thre...
if you install wood in a full bathroom ,the best product would be an engineered type wood floor,and no you should not install ceramic over ceramic....
the best anti-slip treatment for stairs is a carpet runner,you might be in the lookout for a sisal product (natural fibre) ar a short tight nylon b...
you can nail "concrete" tac-strip directly to your slab floor,use an 8lb 7/16" pad under your carpet....before you put the tile down ,you should p...
it wont be easy,and it will take a lot of time.but a dremmel tool will grind off the old mortar...good luck
if you want a loop carpet(berber) look at good quality nylon,don't worry too much about brands,as floorcraft says we are down to three major mills...
you dont need wonderboard (or any backerboard) you said you have a cement slab, all you need to do is fill the cracks and lay the tile,an anti-crac...
i'm not aware of any problem.i've sold and installed quite a bit of the product,never had a problem.....ask about the warrenty when you buy,also al...
you can use thinset or acrilic mastic,the screws are sold where you purchased the backerboard,they should be coated backerboard screws,not a drywal...
my best guess is its temperature related,has the bathroom been very cold at some time?use silicon again to stick it back in place...good luck
a good floor wax will do the job,bruce makes one called dark and rich...good luck