Hello, I'm trying to fix 5 to 7 squeaks in my floor. I tried using
squeek relief but i think it just wedged the squeaks to a different
spot in the floor. I can't use squeek no more because the squeaks are
in my kitchen that has a linoleum floor. Any Suggestions?
I'm gonna make this easy as pie for you
These are two videos showing "how to fix a squeaky floor".
One is 4 minutes the other is 1 minute.
On 21 Aug 2006 06:22:30 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Based on what advice I recieved:
Very true, if you wedge wrong, you just move the squeak elsewhere.
Once you identify where the floor is seperated you're suppose to only
lightly put the wedge in, covered with good glue. Do not force the
wedge in, since it will cause the floor to seperate more from the
This is a fix if you don't have access to screwing down the floor from
tom @ www.Consolidated-Loans.info
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