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Get a plug cutter and pull some plugs to cover...

Get a plug cutter and pull some plugs to cover your screw holes. You should have extra material left over from the molding to do this. Get a 3/8" plug cutter and use a 3/8" forstner bit to cut a...
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We are on the same page, L.Young, just need to...

We are on the same page, L.Young, just need to ease into the final installment.

Need to check clearance on the Door. Make sure you have a 1/2" of clearance to make the front door operate with the...
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If you can nail and the nail will hold then you...

If you can nail and the nail will hold then you can do the following.

You can rip a piece of 3/4" wood to the height of the landing and nail it to the vertical portion of the step. Add some...
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Still holding on the nail test, If that does not...

Still holding on the nail test, If that does not work, can we drill into it so that we can get an anchor in there to hold a screw?
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We have other options, did you get a nail to hold...

We have other options, did you get a nail to hold without cracking it?
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If it is solid, you may be able to coat it with a...

If it is solid, you may be able to coat it with a epoxy similar to how you would treat a garage floor. Not the wood look you want, but you could at least make it work better with your furnishings. ...
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The stair nose you linked to is a solid piece of...

The stair nose you linked to is a solid piece of wood and is designed to marry to an engineered or solid wood floor. Engineered floor is kind of like plywood, only the top most layer is solid wood. ...
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Let us know exactly what that stuff is on the...

Let us know exactly what that stuff is on the floor and we can figure something out. Is it solid, or rubbery?
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