how to finish off laminate flooring

If you haven't installed the flooring on the landing yet go ahead and install the bullnose molding when you reach the top of the stairs so you can butt the flooring up to it. The nosing can be compatible with laminate flooring if that's what you're installing on the landing but it doesn't have to be. 【Get Price】

The process to remove laminate flooring is a straightforward . Newer generation laminate flooring is not attached to the subfloor and can be reused if removed carefully. Sometimes called a “floating floor” the surface floats on a foam cushion on top of the subfloor. 【Get Price】

Cut the tongues off the planks that will be closest to the walls stagger the joints as you go for a natural look and cut planks to fit at the ends of the rows. Note: Remember to mix up the planks from different packages as you work. This will give you more random grain patterns in the floor and make it look more natural too. 【Get Price】

Dirt is an enemy to laminate since it scratches and dulls the finish of the floor. However sweeping or vacuuming improperly can do more damage to your laminate than the dirt. If you use a vacuum cleaner be sure to turn the brush roll off to avoid scratching the surface of your floor. For sweeping a clean microfiber dust mop can be more ... 【Get Price】

Laminate flooring comes from the factory with as durable a finish as manufacturers can devise and it doesn't need a topcoat -- so the only reason to remove urethane would be if you spilled some. 【Get Price】