If water spilled on your floor and remained on the wood overnight, you may have noticed a white stain starting to form and wonder what you can do to take care of it before it ruins your hardwood flooring. If so, use the following four-step guide to using household products to remove a fresh water stain on your hardwood floor. Step 1: Soak up Any Excess Water The first thing you will need to do is soak up any excess water before it absorbs all the way through your floor's wooden boards.
- If you've got an old tile or vinyl floor that is begging for replacement, scheduling its removal is no doubt a relief. However, removing a floor (especially hard tile) can be a messy, noisy job, and you've got to be sure your home is prepared. The steps here are straightforward and will help you maintain some sort of order during the work. Once that old floor is out, you can get your nice, new flooring in quickly and see your home sparkle.
- Commercial floor drains serve many different purposes. It might not occur to you how they could benefit your liquid chemical production company, so a few examples might help you envision this better. The following examples are three of the most common uses of commercial floor drains. Slaughter Houses Slaughtering animals for meat means that a lot of blood, urine, feces and bile has to go somewhere. In the process of cutting up animals, all of this mess, as well as the rinsing and disinfecting agents used, land on the floor and head down to the floor drains.
- Laminate flooring is popular because it looks like wood but it is much easier to care for and it's less expensive too. Laminate is also easier to install than hardwood flooring. However, unless you're comfortable with home DIY projects, you'll probably want to hire a professional laminate installation service to get the best results. Here's an overview of the installation process. Start With The Base The nice thing about laminate flooring is that it can be installed over existing flooring as long as the surface is smooth and intact.
- If you're tied of waking up and looking at an old and cracked wooden floor in your bedroom, then you should go ahead and refinish it. As long as you have the right items on hand and make room to work, it's not a difficult task. So, set aside a couple of days where you can have the bedroom empty, and then assemble the items you need to refinish the floors.