DH and I just bought (well on land contract) our first fixer-upper home... There are real hardwood floors through out it... The basement has held water, so with the floors covered in newspapers and trash, (although that's all 'clean' now) the floors look rough. Luckily there isn't mold, but I was wondering what would work BEST to clean the floors... I plan on bleaching them first, just because I'm bleaching everything :) And also, there are layers of flooring in kitchen, would it be better to seal it and lay new flooring (the MUCH easier route) or tearing up all the old flooring down to the hardwood? I also want to say, that my husband and I are doing all these repairs ourselves. We both grew up with construction workers, so we do know a good bit... I'm the only girl in my family that can lay shingles. And what's a good bedroom color? I really don't want white, and am just so in over my head lol
Answer by twinsplus2more at 1:42 PM on Oct. 12, 2010
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