Q:Members of the predecessors, I would like to ask the construction of the wooden floor on the wall
The process and shape I have seen, the wood substrate on the line. Use the panel on the wall, do the floor texture of this process is seen! Wall layer after the use of panel wall wall closed edge, the surface can be decorated with paint or varnish of
Q:laminate floor question(removal)?
I think your flooring, if from the 1980's, is probably linoleum. It can be tough to remove, as I just had to do this in my kitchen within the past year. • Use a hammer and a wide chisel for small areas where it is really glued down tight. It's slow but works. Be sure to set the angled part of the chisel against the floor so that you don't end up driving the chisel into the wood sub-floor. • In larger areas, a heat gun works great to loosen up the old glue and scrape up the remnants. They are pretty inexpensive and usually come with a chisel type attachment for removing linoleum. Good luck.
Q:Sea Floor Spreading?????
Because a series of magnetic reversals that are semmetrical either side of EACH mid oceanic ridge have been mapped out and clearly demonstrate the way the the oceans have spread through time. In the late 1950s, a series of oceanographic expeditions was commissioned to map the magnetic character of the ocean floor, with the expectation that the ocean floors would display largely uniform magnetic properties. Surprisingly, results showed that the basaltic sea floor has a striped magnetic pattern, and that the stripes run essentially parallel to the mid-ocean ridges. Moreover, the stripes on one side of a mid-ocean ridge are symmetrically matched to others of similar width and polarity on the opposite side. In 1963, two British geoscientists, Vine and Matthews (Box 1), proposed a hypothesis that elegantly explained how these magnetic reversal stripes formed by linking them to the new idea of sea-floor spreading. They suggested that as new oceanic crust forms by the solidification of basalt magma, it acquires a magnetisation in the same orientation as the prevailing global magnetic field. As sea-floor spreading continues, new oceanic crust is generated along the ridge axis. If the polarity of the magnetic field then reverses, any newly erupted basalt becomes magnetised in the opposite direction to that of the earlier crust and so records the opposite polarity. Since sea-floor spreading is a continuous process on a geological timescale, the process preserves rocks of alternating polarity across the ocean floor (Figure 7a). Reading outwards in one direction from the mid-ocean ridge gives a record of reversals over time, and this can be matched with the record read in the opposite direction.
Q:Flooring in Apartment?
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Q:How do you level a floor, for installing lamanited floors.?
First unlike the guy said you don't have a subfloor problem these are just inconsistancies that comes with any thing you buy especially in lumber. Floor layers use a stuff called floor leveler it is easy to mix and easy to put down all you need is a flat troweland put a coat on the floor. It kind of works like a concrete trowel. Just put the stuff on the floor and let it dry then your best be is to put down some kind of underlayment. The profesinals will tell you a hard wood underlayment, like oak or white birch etc... I have yet to understand why they do that but most places won't warrenty the floor without the stuff. After you get that down all you have to do is lay your vinyl and you are done.
Q:Im getting a rabbit and making a c&c cage. what type of flooring should i use?
C & C stands for Cubes & Coroplast. The Coroplast IS the flooring in the cage.
Q:Fillinger strengthen the composite floor which series of good?
The same brand of things, the general quality is not great, sub-series is mainly two hundred Dutch know the version of Thai Bao Chun color and specifications, the price range should not be too different, and there are some series of manufacturing process or base Different things come and go to distinguish, so the price is naturally different
Q:how do i remove linolium flooring from my kitchen?
Unless your house is very old, it most likely is vinyl flooring. Not linoleum. But either way, you can't salvage either one. They're glued to the floor using a flooring adhesive. There's no way to remove it cleanly enough to reuse it.
Q:Dingy Laminate Floors....?
The newer laminate flooring doesn't hold up like it used to unless you pay $$$ for it. If you don't want to replace it then the best thing is to use a good commercial floor finisher which you can purchase at any store that sells industrial cleaning equipment. Find one in the yellow pages and they will tell you what you need. The regular store bought finishes don't hold up for long.
Q:seam in laminate flooring?
wooden style floor but not the snap together type??would this actually be a tongue and groove hardwood floor??if it is,and its warped,your screwed.