Because I failed to use a platic chair protector between my office
chair with rollers and the Pergo, there is a faint surface circle on
the Pergo showing where the top protection rubbed off.
Any ideas relative to fixing (improving, anyway) the resultant eye
On 8/22/2011 4:46 PM, shellyf_DELETE email@example.com wrote:
pergo is basically a picture on top of a substrate. it can't be fixed
without replacing the board that is damaged. if you've put it down, you
know the effort that would take. if not, then it may be beyond you diy'ing.
Use your HF Miracle Tool to remove the laminate flooring in the area around
Fill in the blank spot with ceramic tile.
16 - 12x12" ceramic tiles, $0.70 each for a 4x4' play area
Small bag thinset, $5.00
Small bag grout, $5.00
(Optional: 16' transition material, some glue)
A week-end afternoon.
You should be out for less than $25 and will have a swell battlefield for
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