Here is my problem: A week ago a hose burst and flooded my living room during the night. Now, after removing the old parquet and the wooden boards, I found out that the concrete floor is uneven (bumps, dips).
Now, the problem is that I don’t want to use leveling compound since this involves too much time and I need this done with the less amount of time spent as possible.
I will be using floor tiles and square shaped ply wood boards underneath with the matching isolation between.
The main interest here is leveling the floor without using leveling compound. Is there any other solution to this? Can I use parallel mounted boards (long from wall to wall) fixed with some sort of Holz screws in order to level the plywood boards? If so, how can this be accomplished?
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I dyed my hair and some hair dye dripped on the floor. I wiped it off and thought I got it all but when I came back later I saw that it had stained – bad. It was red, and looked like a murder scene!
It is a parquet floor. I scrubbed as hard as I could and it would NOT come off. I panicked and used nail polish remover. That took it mostly out but of course it also took the varnish/stain right off as well and now it’s a hideous patch of bare wood that is much lighter in colour than the rest of the floor.
How can I fix this?
I know what I did was stupid! I panicked.
This is laminate parquet wood type, so it is not in a solid sheet.
Each piece has a layer of foam, u just peel off paper and stick down. The stain has made dark spots. Could I stain the whole floor darker and put a sealer on top? I cant get the pieces up, they are locked together
I was wondering what kind of wood i could put on the top of a coffee table to make it look like the boston basketball court. I was looking at parquet flooring but don’t know what kind to get. I wanna put pourable resin over it too and make a 1-10th scale court on the top of the table. Any ideas what i could use? With out spending too much money?
I want to use the paint that is being sold to do garage flooring that when done properly looks like an auto showroom style. The floor I am painting is my kitchen floor. It origionally had vinyl tile and I put down wood parquets 12″ tiles. All those tiles got damaged due to water leakage so now decided to paint. need to know if all the glue needs scraped or get most of it then paint over the rest
Can I drive a nail in it or will that split the wood? It is in a doorway.
Wood floor refinishing qstn relatd to the one posted earlier How do I find out what the original finishing wasDecember 7th, 2010
I think it was paste wax. I want to convert to polyurethane and also make the floor darker. The floors have been sanded, can I apply stain and poly-urethane now? They are light colored oak (parquet). Thanks.
For my family room, dinning room, bedrooms and hallway.
I was thinking laminated wood floor till I saw Parquet wood tile.
Which one would you pick. Would Parquet Tile add more value to my property?
I have a 57 y/o home with an oak parquet floor. I am removing the carpet that has overlaid this floor for at least the past 10 years. The floor is in pretty good shape, but has patterns left from the carpet padding, staple and nail holes all over the place, and a few worn areas, but nothing seriously wrong (that I have encountered so far, that is).
My wife and I plan on refinishing this floor in the near future. Because the floor is parquet (12×12 blocks with 5 identical wood strips that run parallel with each other, but perpendicular to the neighboring blocks), I won’t be able to use a belt sander.
Thanks in advance!
Is the wood damaged? What should I do?