Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 06:53:24 AM. . By Shiloh Navarrete.
Once you decide which solution to use, place it on your grout lines and let it sit. Some add baking soda. Then, start scrubbing with a good old toothbrush. A brush is the only way you are going to get those tough dirt stains off your grout lines. Don’t be afraid to throw a little elbow grease in there!
Engineered Hardwood Floors. What Is Engineered Hardwood Flooring? Engineered hardwood consists of several layers, with only the top and bottom consisting of real wood. The inner layers are made of plywood, high-density fiberboard or sometimes, actual hardwood. The top layer is usually hardwood veneer, but can also be composed of any hardwood you want, such as cherry, maple or oak. Some engineered hardwood floors have up to nine layers and unlike solid hardwood, engineered can go down on wood or concrete subfloors. Many contractors end up gluing it to concrete subfloors.
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