The seams on a vinyl floor should be sealed and repair if they begin to loosen. Seal and repair loose seams with help from a flooring contractor in this free video clip.
I'm Andrew Denny with Textures Flooring. Today, we're going to learn how to repair a seam in your vinyl flooring. Joining me to demonstrate is Michael Machen with Machen's Floor Specialists. What you will do is, gently pull back the seam. What you're trying to do is create enough space to apply an ample amount of adhesive. Use a vinyl flooring adhesive. Now, you will close the seam, apply pressure, remove the excess adhesive. Next, use a roller over the seam. This will add adequate pressure, and create a bond between the adhesive, the sub floor, and the vinyl. Once again, remove any excess adhesive. Let this set up for several hours. And then, apply a vinyl floor seam sealer. Let your seam sealer dry and set up, and your task is complete. I'm Andrew Denny with Textures Flooring. For more information, please visit www.TexturesFlooring.com. And, special thanks to Michael Machen with Machen's Floor Specialists.
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