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Old 09-07-2012, 09:23 PM   #1
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Does anyone have any ideas about how to remove indentations or bubbles from the 320rs faux wood plank flooring.

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Old 09-07-2012, 09:36 PM   #2
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This flooring will most likely bounce back on its own. It's the nature of Bo Flor to rebound on its own
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Old 09-07-2012, 09:40 PM   #3
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This flooring will most likely bounce back on its own. It's the nature of Bo Flor to rebound on its own
Thanks for the quick response!
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Old 09-07-2012, 09:49 PM   #4
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Where is your bubble on the floor? We have had one for about two months. Talked to dealer and they are going to try to fix it and it can't be fixed FR has sent a new floor out. I asked dealer to check to see if there is something under lied causing this to happen when slide is in. Ours is between chairs and table about where slide would stop when in. Good luck with yours
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Where is your bubble on the floor? We have had one for about two months. Talked to dealer and they are going to try to fix it and it can't be fixed FR has sent a new floor out. I asked dealer to check to see if there is something under lied causing this to happen when slide is in. Ours is between chairs and table about where slide would stop when in. Good luck with yours
I think that the flooring may run under the cabinets and is one solid piece. How is a dealer going to deal with that? Don't let them do a cut and paste floor.
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That is what we told them and he agreed. We told them since it is not that noticeable, you only notice it when light hits it a certain way, then just leave it alone.
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Ours is near the rear in front of the sofa and at the area where the slide moves in about two feet in.
We placed furniture rubber pads under the island wheels to protect the floor in that area.

Hope Chris is right about it leveling out on it's own.

We'll see in a couple of weeks.
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This flooring will most likely bounce back on its own. It's the nature of Bo Flor to rebound on its own
Why is it that the industry installs the linoleum and only glues around the perimeter? Why can't it be glued full coverage?

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