4 Steps To Tackle Scratches On Bamboo Flooring For A Refreshed Finish

Posted on: 2 August 2018

Bamboo floors are stunning in any home, but they can sometimes start to look timeworn because of skid marks, scratches and other blemishes. The good news is that you can repair these imperfections without too much difficulty. Here are some steps to help you tackle scratches on bamboo floors for a refreshed finish: Bring Together Tools You Need For The Job For this task, you will need masking tape, wood putty, fine-grit sandpaper, damp paper towels and a timber coating.
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The Best Substitutes for the Kitchen Floor Tiles You Want in Your Home

Posted on: 24 March 2017

The floor tiles you choose for a kitchen are very important; they need to be durable so they hold up against heat and humidity, and they should also be comfortable underfoot. Obviously they also need to be easy to clean, affordable, and attractive. This is a tall order for floor tiles! The material you want for a floor tile might actually be a poor choice in the kitchen; stone, wood, and fabrics are not always the best choices for this space, so note some substitutes you might choose instead for your kitchen flooring.
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Building Materials You Can Consider for Your Shed's Flooring

Posted on: 14 July 2016

When it comes to choosing some flooring for your shed, it is not simply about selecting the cheapest material you come across and give the go-ahead for construction to begin. Your choice of material will depend on a range of other factors other than price. For instance, if you will be using your shed as a working area, then you may have to consider a material that provides you with the proper insulation.
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Reasons to Consider Engineered Timber Flooring for Your Home

Posted on: 16 June 2016

Hardwood floors are a popular option for homeowners. However, investing in natural hardwood flooring can prove to be quite expensive, making them out of reach for some homeowners. This does not mean that you cannot have wood flooring in your home, though. An economical alternative that you could consider is engineered timber flooring. This flooring is made from materials that are made up of timber and other composites, so they are not solid wood.
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