right, i know it says not to use on floors, but i figured it would eventually wear off on the surface, but leave the seam waterproof. the laminate is already purchased, shipped, and in my room acclimating, so i'm not going to change that choice.
many homeowners wonder how to make laminate flooring joints more waterproof. typically, laminate flooring is not meant to be glued however, in applications with high risk of moisture exposure, it is okay to glue the joins. a good quality laminate glue and silicone caulk can help seal your laminate to help make it more resistant to moisture.
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there is a type of product that claims to seal the seams of laminate floors. it is sold under the brand name laminate restoration. as the name suggests, it's for treating worn-out laminate floors. laminate restoration is supposed to shine your laminate floors, hide small scratches and seal the seams.
right, i know it says not to use on floors, but i figured it would eventually wear off on the surface, but leave the seam waterproof. the laminate is already purchased, shipped, and in my room acclimating, so i'm not going to change that choice. i hate to just leave it be, but it sounds like there isn't anything else recommended here.
laminate flooring is intended to survive reasonable moisture that might be spilled. moisture should be mopped up as soon as possible on any floor. if there were significant flooding, the laminate (and almost any real wood floor) would be at risk of damage beyond repair. almost no floor is truly waterproof.
not too many people know how to seal laminate flooring seams.some say there's no need, while others are inherently distrustful of the durability of laminate flooring. anyway, there's one thing that everyone agrees on and it's that all floorings should be as watertight and waterproof as possible.