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Washroom Renovations – Part 11 of 18

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How to lay floor tile – Step by Step Video!

Day 1:
Step 1 – Apply the Mortar
Step 2 – Apply the tile
Step 3 – Firmly press down the tile
Step 4 – Insert your spacers
Step 5 – Check for flaws
Step 6 – Clean as you go!

Day 2:
Step 7 – Grouting the tile
Step 8 – Removing excess grout

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Installing hardwood flooring

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Tn Wood Flooring carries a variety of hard wood flooring. We manufacture all types of hardwood floors including distressed wood floors,hickory wood floors,oak wood flooring & custom wood floors.Visit our showroom& see your floor made Call 800-238-1009

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Wood Floor Restore – The all in one DIY kit to restore your floor

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Wood floor restore is a new innovative all in one kit that enables the homeowner to restore an old wooden floor to its original glory in three easy to follow steps. The kit includes everything needed to bring about a professional result bar the sanding machines thus doing away with the need for flooring professionals saving hundreds of pounds! http://diywoodfloorrestore.co.uk/

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ifloor.com Truckload Sale on Hardwood Bamboo and Engineered

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iFloor.com founder Steve Simonson talking about great prices on solid handscraped hardwood flooring in maple and oak, strand woven bamboo, and wide plank distressed wood floors. All these are marked 50%-75% off! Check out www.ifloor.com for more details.

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Dust Free Hardwood Floor Refinishing Testimonial – Bob Sidot Floors

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Learn about the experience of having Bob Sidoti Floors refinish your hardwood flooring with the dust containment system.

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Engineered Hardwood Flooring Installation

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http://conyers.floorcoveringsinternational.com We remove the existing vinyl flooring and replace it with 3/8″ engineered hardwood flooring. This small kitchen comes to life with this beautiful floor.

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Refinishing Wood Furniture : Adding Glaze to Wood Furniture

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Glazing wood after applying the sealer gives depth to the color. Learn how to glaze wood furniture after applying the sealer in this free video.

Expert: Curt Martin
Bio: Curtis W. Martin is a third-generation antiques restorer.
Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC

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German shepherd talking to a baritone… and a cork floor!

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Here is my (Chris M’s) son playing with his baritone in our sunroom. Our dog, Reina, is having a crazy conversation with him… the floor is cork, by the way.

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Perpetual Groove-Teakwood Betz 4/13/2007

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A short clip of Teakwood from the LittleJohn Coliseum show.

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Why do my newly refinished hardwood floors have dents and bubbles all over?

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We recently had our hardwood floors refinished by a friend of a friend who said he knew what he was doing. The floor has dents/waves in it and the finish is not smooth but has small pimply bumps on it. Is there any way to fix this without refinishing the floor entirely? We haven’t paid this "friend" yet – what should we do?
The dents/waves were not in the floor before it was sanded. Could the sander have caused them? Is there a way to fix without resanding all of the newly applied stain and polyurethane?

Those dents and waves are a direct cause of the belt floor sander being improperly used. If the belt sander is allowed to sit to long in one spot it will eat away too much wood causing dips and waves in the flooring. You will have to re-sand to fix this unless this guy ate to much into the wear layer of your flooring then you will have to replace it (this usually won’t happen unless you’ve had your floors sanded several times before). From the sound of the pimply bumps you are either looking at particulate (improper cleaning before finish is applied) that has been finished over leaving a sandy like finish or fish eyes which can be caused several things. If it is just particulate that has been finished over this can be buffed out then refinished again after a good cleaning. If it is fish eyes in the finish they may be sanded out depending on their size. But like I said in order to fix the waviness you will have to resand anyway.