Prevent Scratches On Sealed Concrete

Posted on: 24 December 2018

Sealed concrete floors are smooth and shiny—and have a lovely color—when they are scratch-free and new. Keeping the floor in that wonderful condition is a worthy goal, and it doesn't take much to keep the floor safe from scratches. However, you do need to start early—pretty much when the sealant has dried—and care for the floor frequently. Accidents happen, and there's no way to guarantee that the sealant and floor won't ever be chipped or scratched, but your daily actions help keep the floor looking as good as possible.
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Comparing Ceramic And Porcelain Tiles

Posted on: 15 October 2018

Tiles can be made out of a wide variety of different materials, but two of the most common types of tiles are made out of ceramic and porcelain. Though fairly similar in appearance and function, there are a number of distinctive differences between each material. This means that both ceramic and porcelain offer a different set of advantages over one another to your home, and understanding what these advantages are can help you choose the best type of tile for your building needs.
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3 Ways Vinyl Plank Flooring Is Different Than Regular Vinyl

Posted on: 16 August 2018

For a really long time, vinyl flooring has been the forerunner in home flooring options right alongside carpet because of its low cost, easy installation, and the multitude of available designs. There's a new player in the field of vinyl flooring, however, and it is quickly gaining traction as one of the most popular types of home flooring: Vinyl plank flooring. Vinyl plank flooring, which is sometimes referred to as click-together vinyl or click-vinyl, is just like vinyl except it is made in individual planks that go down one at a time instead of as a solid piece.
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How To Remove Hardwood Stains

Posted on: 3 April 2018

Do you want to refinish an old piece of furniture? Hardwood flooring, besides being naturally beautiful, is a popular product for crafters in DIYers. This is why many people still prefer natural hardwood furniture over the modular, composite wood products that are becoming so popular. Being able to refinish your  furniture allows you to breathe new life into an old piece years later. If you are going to refinish an old piece of furniture, you need to make sure that you correctly remove the existing stain.
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