I'm ripping up the carpet in the master bedroom. Underneath is sub-floor;
i.e. raw plywood. It's quite stained with animal urine. What I need to do
is fill in the gaps and holes, paint with "Kilz" (sealer, primer, stain-
blocker), and then paint the floor.
I was thinking of using floor leveler to fill the gaps and holes. Is this
a good idea, or not? If not, then what?
Can floor leveler be painted? Will it hold the paint, or will it chip?
I will use floor paint, of course, and finish with a few coats of polymer
finish (or whatever that stuff is).
Any tips, advice, cautions, etc?
In case you're wondering why I plan to paint, it's because (1) it's cheap
and (b) it's easily cleaned. (No more pet stains. I can put down rugs, and
throw them away if they become soiled.)
Thanks in advance,
8^)~~~ Sue (remove the x to e-mail)
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