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Old 04-07-2006, 08:47 PM   #1
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My husband and I installed a new floating laminate floor in our house. It looks really great.

Last night one of the dogs peed on the floor, and it got through the seam and is now one of the panels is bubbling.

Is there a way to replace that panel without having to dis-assemble the entire floor? :confused:

If so, would someone please be kind and e-mail me the intructions?

Thank you so much.

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I need to know the exact brand you purchased.

the instructions vary.
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:o Oh sorry, I guess that would help would it? It is Mannington wood laminate. Something like Centennial spiced cherry finish. It is their midrange quality that is about $3.50 Sqf.
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http://www.ifloor.com/care_36/care.html#lamrepair
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Thanks for the information. We got it replaced successfully.
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Hey friends, I am going to repair hairline cracks in Ceramic Floor Tile. Are there any miracle compounds or fillers that can mask out hairline cracks in ceramic tile? I really donít want to bust out tile that only has minor cracks. The tile does not rock or creek so I think itís worth a shot in doing some cosmetic repair. Any helpful ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot.
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We have pergo laminate floor. My daughter just dropped a 25 lb weight on one of the boards and smashed it. I saw your previous post and was wondering how we could fix it.
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