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    Kahrs oiled engineered floor damage repair

    Kahrs Oil refresher. Every years once (rarely twice) full room in the last 10 years. Thanks
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    Kahrs oiled engineered floor damage repair

    Dear All, We have downstairs (hallway, sitting and dinning room) installed 10y ago oiled Karhs engineering flooring (15mm with dark stained oak finish). We very carefully looked after it and maintained it regularly (oiled). It was our pride and joy. Recently we have redone our kitchen and the...
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    Uneven chipboard floor + engineered floring

    No I don't think it is moving. No building work has taken place below. House is ~30y old. No cracks outside or inside. The wall I'm showing is a stud partition I've checked in the other rooms and the floors are not level. The carpets are hiding the imperfections though. Thanks oπo
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    Uneven chipboard floor + engineered floring

    Thank you! Any opinion of the Mapei products ? Seems they are also good for chipboard. oπo
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    Uneven chipboard floor + engineered floring

    1st floor (unfortunately) oπo
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    Uneven chipboard floor + engineered floring

    Hi, After lifting the carpet in one of my rooms and whilst the skirting still up I have noticed that I have two dips in the chipboard sub-floor. See picture attached. The engineered wooden floor can take 3mm variations but this is much more (10mm+ at the lowest level) Is there is any way to...
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    You are the next PM!

    1. No motto, bullshit or lies 2. State of the nation highlighting: a) lack of education, b) racism, c)low productivity, d) low class mobility, e) London/ SE England focused economy f) lost international standing (there are more but these are the pressing ones which then trickle down to lack of...
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    Tools for wooden flooring

    Thanks Gerald. Borrowed a miter saw from a friend. Much faster process indeed. As long as it has good dust extraction everybody happy. oπo
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    Why does Poland get so much EU money ? Remainers answers please

    A very basic explanation and I'm sure there are more. UK GDP per capita ~ $40k PL GDP per capita ~ $14k Prices (on common products) are more or less the same. As you can see, on average, the purchasing power of individuals participating in each economy is significantly different. Current...
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    Tools for wooden flooring

    Thanks Blup - indeed I use downcut blades. Probably need a a better quality jigsaw though. Foxhole - lucky you. I have a small table saw but the room was definitely not square so couldn't cut the final one with the table saw :( Thanks
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    Tools for wooden flooring

    Hi, Just laid some engineered wooden flooring from Kahrs in our study. Results are stunning. It took a long time to plan it. Won't change that. It took a long time to shift the planks between the room and downstairs, cut them with a jigsaw, take then back and so on. The planks are 2.4m. Plan...
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