Repairing Watersoaked Laminate Floor?


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Old 03-13-10, 05:37 AM
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Repairing Watersoaked Laminate Floor?

Someone left a 1 sq/ft puddle of standing water on our living room laminate floor - a quicklock type. The edges of a few of the boards have absorbed a bit of water it looks like and are swollen enough to make it noticeable.

(Never mind - found that I'm out of luck and will have to replace boards. Nuts.)
 

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Old 03-13-10, 01:08 PM
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I was going to say, "watersoaked laminate" and "repair" should not be used in the same sentence. Good luck with the replacement, however.
 
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Old 03-16-10, 02:54 AM
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My icemaker overflowed all over my kitchen floor just after I installed laminate. It buckled and looked horrible and I thought for sure I would have to replace it again. I was too busy at the time though, so just left it alone and it gradually started going back down. After about six months I couldn't even tell it had happened.
 
 

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