re-gluing wood flooring to concrete

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Old 01-09-08, 12:27 PM
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re-gluing wood flooring to concrete

I have several areas within a 20' x 20' room that has engineered tongue and grooved 5" wood flooring glued to the home's concrete slab - that "pop" as you walk across it. The flooring is obviously not secured in these locations.

Is there a way to inject a sufficient amount of adhesive under the flooring in the trouble spots, leaving the floor intact in order to prevent removing and replacing/re-gluing the existing wood flooring? If this is possible, what kind of adhesive? What apparatus is needed to transfer the adhesive?
 
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Old 01-11-08, 09:19 AM
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Do a google on gluedown wood floor repair kit.

There are sveral companies making an injection kit. You drill a tiny hole(between boards so you can hide it better) then inject glue or epoxy, and then fill the hole with color match wood filler.
 
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Old 01-25-09, 10:23 AM
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was the injection kit sucessfull??

Did you try this fix? If so, how did it work and which product did you use?
 
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