Laminate Flooring. Monday , July 23rd , 2018 - 16:05:38 PM
Even with glueless laminates there are times when glue is required. If you're installing in a bathroom, the instructions may tell you to use glue at the joints to prevent excess moisture in the seams. And if you're installing laminate on stairs, you'll likely use glue to hold it in place. Detail work in tight-fitting spaces can require glue as well.
Durability Finally, you'll want to consider durability. There are multiple AC grades / ratings of laminate floors The heaviest grades, namely AC4 and AC5, are rough under bare feet and suitable only for commercial purposes. The first two grades are best for homes and residential foot traffic. When selecting a laminate, don't be fooled into thinking that higher grades are better for your home - the opposite is true. For once, you want one of the lowest grades available, although the absolute lowest might not last as long in your home due to the limited amount of traffic the flooring can withstand.
Heavy foot traffic Wet mopping is the way to clean the floor. One problem with this is that plain water is a little bit alkaline by nature and often leaves white water spots behind on your floor. You will need to neutralize it by adding vinegar to the water to prevent white spots. In a gallon of warm water, you add a one-eighth cup of white vinegar. For best results, you need to use a micro-filter mop. It has grooves and is very soft so it can collect any dirt very well. Dip your mop in the mixture, wring out any excess water, and mop your laminate flooring. Let air dry and walk on it when dry.
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