If what you are talking about is the fibreboad underlayment underneath something like linoleum, vinyl or some laminates ... what I used and surprisingly worked perfectly was something like a liquid detergent, like 401, but the cheapest I could find at home depot. I bought 3 of them and poured them on the floor and one of them soaked in and the stuff just lifted right out. I was hacking and scraping, even sawing before that will little results dry ... but when I soaked it with the detergent liquid and let it soak in, it almost slid off effortlessly.
Q:Please help me fix my laminate floors!?
Scrub the floors with plain water and microfiber cloths or a microfiber mop. Repeat if necessary. The microfiber will remove the build up without using chemicals. Laminate floors are very low maintenance. Ironically, if you use a lot of cleaning products on them, they will actually look worse...they will get smudges and streaks, like you're experiencing. And steam can absolutely ruin laminate floors. It can cause warping and even cause the veneer to peel right off. Having said this, exactly how do you maintain a laminate floor? Mostly just by vacuuming it. When you need more than a vacuuming, use a microfiber mop and plain old water. No cleanser, no vinegar, no nothing...just water. Let the mop do the work. Microfiber is fantastic at removing dirt and streaks and doesn't need a cleanser to help. And you want the microfiber very wet, but you don't want to have pools of water on the floor....a wet cloth or mop, but not dripping. If you don't already have a microfiber mop, you can buy them at Walmart, Target, Kmart, Home Depot, and even Dollar General. I've never used anything but a vacuum and a microfiber mop (plus water) on our laminate floors and they still look fantastic after many years and many cleanings. Hope this helps. -
Q:How do I wax a floor, what product do I use?
Do a search for floor wax.
Q:How to clean the wood floor is the best cleaning
Strengthen the composite floor is basically not deliberately maintenance, strengthen the composite floor is based on the density of fiberboard or wood as the substrate, and with special wear-resistant plastic as a cladding material made of Ding Ding Dian shares Karma Dali lost stem a plate, the surface Smooth, wear-resistant stains, so waxing useless, can not penetrate, so as long as the usual cleaning, with a little wet mop can be wiped, and do not use a very wet mop to wipe.
Q:If i reset my prestige will my floor reset ( runescape )?
This is how prestige works as best as i can explain it. Sorry if its still kinda confusing haha I may not be the best typer on this subject. If you set your prestige to zero, when you finish a new floor, your prestige will be one, and will give your the equivalent points for floor one. if you now do floor 16, your prestige will be two. if you now do floor 6, your prestige will be three. So it kinda works like that, your prestige is equal to how many individual floors you've plundered. now, if you keep doing floor 16 over and over after you reset your prestige, its just gonna stay at prestige 1, because you've only completed one floor, which is the floor you keep doing over and over again. A cool method to try is, to reset your prestige, then do your floor 16 and get prestige one, then go back and do floors 1,2,3,4, etc, and each time you do a new floor, your prestige will be one level above the floor level, and you'll get a higher average. So, it goes like this Prestige is reset Floor 16 completed, prestige goes to one. This will be a bad score because your floor 16 score will be averaged out with level 1 prestige. Floor 1 completed. Prestige goes to two. the points from the prestige level two will be higher than your floor level one, so you'll get a higher average. Floor 2 completed. Prestige goes to three. Same as before, you get a higher average. Now, if you complete a floor you've already completed, your prestige stays the same, and you get no bonus, because prestige only gives you any points on the very first time you complete a new floor. So if you re-do floor 2, your prestige will stay at three, but give you no points. Now, if you do floor 3, your prestige will go up to 4, since you haven't done floor 3 yet, and give you a higher average for points. Did that make sense? oh and to just answer your question plainly - yes - you can do floor 16 if you reset prestige.
Q:How do floor seats work @ a concert??.?
floor seats are folding seats in assigned rows on the floor you will not be allowed to stand in front of the stage but you usually can walk up to take photos etc.
Q:what type of barrier should go under vinyl stip flooring?
You don't need to put any barrier under Allure, but you do need the floor they are going on to be perfectly smooth and firm. If it isn't smooth, any bumps or dips will eventually show through the vinyl. If it isn't firm, the vinyl will get dents where any furniture sits, or anything else sits for any length of time. If the glue is smooth, I would do nothing before installing the Allure. If it isn't, you are going to have to use a solvent to remove it or install some thin plywood to give you a smooth hard surface. I think I would have left the old tiles and smoothed them out with an embossing leveller.
Q:Pain a ceramic floor?
If it is glazed and hi-gloss you might have to use a de-surfacing compound (etching compound first), other than that, knock your self out!!
Q:How can I seal floating floors from water penetration?
Buff the floor with a floor buffer that has a white pad and a 220 grit sanding screen on the bottom. Then seal the floor with a sanding sealer, then follow that up with a coating of floor finish. I suggest Bona traffic floor finish.
Q:Why alcohol spread to the wood floor will be traces, how to solve
Alcohol is a volatile material, with a certain bleaching effect, so sprinkled on the floor there will be traces, and so completely volatile, just fine!