dull edges on laminate floor planks
Certain laminates, usually higher end, can have wax impregnated or coated tongue and groove. I have seen where the wax will "overspray" or however it's applied, and get onto the top or bottom of the board and transfer to each other when they are packaged and stacked.
This usually wipes off with a dry cloth or maybe a little mineral spirits.
If it is a consistent "stripe", I have seen this happen with Alloc's metal locking mechanism, which sits slightly lower than the bottom of the plank.
Whether it is a bit of aluminum residue. or what I am not sure, but it did wipe off and disappear with time.
You should post which brand it is, and which style. The manufacturing process can make a difference.
Last edited by AtlanticWBConst.; 01-02-2009 at 07:03 PM.
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