Armstrong makes a stripper. I think they're pretty strong if you're going for natural. My son has asthma so I try to stay away from the chemicals too. Have you ever tried Borax? It's in the laundry aisle with stain removers. It's a natural powdered abrasive. Mix it into a paste with a little water and scrub with a pot scrubber. You can use it for a multitude of other cleaning tasks too. It's in a greenish box.
Q:what is the best wearing bambo flooring?
Teragren is the best.
Q:What color should i paint my front porch floor?
Almost ANY of the above mentioned colors sound great. Maybe use your roof as an inspiration in your color choice. Do you have a unique or different color trim ariund windows, brightly colored shutters, etc? Just about anything will go with tan. It really just depends if you really want attention drawn to it or you just want it to blend in with the scenery.
Q:Decorative white wall with what color floor tiles
A decoration contractor and I share the next Experience, I organize a comprehensive order out, you can see, can help you a lot of home decoration, including the decoration of various parts and materials to buy and
Q:My budgies cages floor ..?
yes it is alright, but you might need a nest box, so they will feel comfortable,
Before you do anything make sure you turn off the water! That's the dial looking thing behind the toilet on the water line. You might want to have some rags or towels close by you when you start your project...anyway undo the screws located on either side of the bowl, on the floor portion of the toilet and pull. You'll probably want to replace the wax seal (they're cheap) when you replace the bowl. Hope this helps. To fix the floor you'll probably need plywood. I hope you replace everything that is mouldy or rotten! And I hope you have some power tools to make your job faster and easier.
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Q:Tiling the kitchen floor?
As an installer ...it definately looks nicer if your tiles go under the cabinets. If money is an issue ...you can reduce your costs by MAPPING out on the floor where the cabinets are going and not tile all the floor. Also, It is much easier to tile without cabinets so you may actually save additional money from your installer if they know that no cabinets will be installed.
Q:proper installation of linoleum floor?
It all depends on how you want to put it down. It is very important to have a smooth sub-floor as most surfaces will transfer any imperfections to the new floor i.e. bumps,dirt,and even patterns from previous flooring. You can either do a floating floor, where you just lay it down. Then there is a full spread glue down, where you glue the entire surface of the floor down. finally, there is just doing a perimeter glue down where you just glue down the floor around the edges. It gets a little tricky if your room is larger than the usual 12' width that the flooring rolls come on and especially if you have a pattern match. Seams need to be very tight so they are not noticable. After the floor has been put down it need's to be rolled with a very heavy roller to adhere the floor to the glue and remove any air pockets left.
Q:how to lay down tile flooring?
gbhofgh, I strongly recommend using basement tiles to do the job, they are a bit more water resistant and can absorb as they say a good shock. Heres what you do, visit the site Im giving you below and then post another question on the ionstallation methods, dont forget to ask your mum about it.