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I’ve got the whole upstairs minus the bathroom. A lot of it is better than this, but there are still a fair amount of large gaps like that. The floors are from the 1930’s and have been through hell and back. There aren’t any gouges deep enough to prevent a good sanding and refinish, but these gaps may present a problem. Would wood glue be good enough, mixed with sawdust? I think the worst one is 1-1/2 quarters thick.

I’m not removing them either way cuz they are fucking stuck in there with mason nails every 18” in the tongues. Found that out the hard way while removing the bathroom floor!

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Hey everyone, I just moved into a place and will be sanding the floors and removing stucco to expose the concrete ceiling.

Are there any recommendations on the best stain colour when having concrete ceiling? I’m not much of a designer and would appreciate any help. Thanks!

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Have to replace all flooring in our home due to water damage. Currently have 3/4" thick thin plank oak from the 50's.

We have been looking all over and fell in love with the grayish color of this:

https://www.flooranddecor.com/solid-hardwood-wood/acacia-gray-handscraped-solid-hardwood-100485549.html#q=Acacia&start=5

We're not sure about this brand Lifescapes Naturals or whether or not this is solid hardwood. The cheap price also has us concerned.

We want a good quality 3/4" hardwood. Not top end, but mid range and good quality. However we like the modern-ish look of that grayish floor. Anyone have experience with this brand flooring? Any other suggestions for that grayish color in other brands?

Thanks!

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Hi folks

We built a house and moved in around 6/2018. We have hardwood floors throughout first and second floor. We just went away for 3 days and when we came back we immediately noticed how much our floors still has that like new smell. Is this normal to still have the chemical odor emitting from the floor stain after a whole year?

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