How To Replace Warped/Water Damaged Laminate Floor Boards

I made this video showing how I replaced some warped laminate floor boards in our kitchen. It is fairly easy to do so hopefully this video will help save you some money.

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sadieapple1 says:

This is ridiculous!! What a price to pay for a bubble spill! I had laminate flooring put down in our kitchen, hall, dining room & living room. The biggest mistake I’ve ever made. If you have pets, if you’d like to ever wash your floor, if you have people come in with snow on their feet, if you spill anything, have an air conditioner that might leak, have a fish tank you need to clean, give water to your dogs….. shall I go on? Don’t get laminate flooring!!! We have to rip ours up in 8 different places throughout our house and have decided to just tear it all out – a huge, expensive mistake. Also, you can’t ever really get it to look nice, even using the special cleaning product, it’s smudgy the minute you walk on it. Absolutely hate this stuff. I feel really sorry for this guy because it’s just a matter of time before he’ll be going through this again, and again, and again.

richard dinh says:

thank you. very well done video. I can relate as I have a toddler too!

Richard M says:

Apparently, you don’t know the difference between “damp” and “wet”. I could see the water from your wiping rag seep into the adjacent seems! Isn’t the what caused your problems in the first place?

Steve Nance says:

Thanks for the instructions. Great job!!!

Judy Lawson says:

In this video you use an orange tool that suctions onto plank and allows you to hammer plank loose from connecting plank. Where can that tool be purchased?

Max N says:

Could cut a few part of the video (no disrespect by the way 🙂 ) but besides that, good video! Thanks for sharing! I apreciate it :)!!

Ken Davis says:

Really helpful video- nicely thought out and very clear instructions. What did you put under the fridge and oven to move them over the laminate without denting or scratching the floor?
Thanks again for the video!

Vincent Colson says:

Shouldn’t there be a small gap between the wall (or kitchen cupboards) and your laminate?

Migdalia Diaz says:

Hello, we just put laminate flooring ,which is the best brand to clean it  and  last longer,excellet video thanks

djp says:

Great video Colin..your kitchen layout is almost identical to mine. Good info.

Don Baxley says:

Dude after 5 minutes I left. All I wanted to know was how do you repair a laminate floor not hear about your problems or ideas?

kilowatts76 says:

Nice video, what is the thickness of your laminate flooring? 7mm, 8mm, 10mm or 12mm?

M How says:

Excellent video. Very thorough and clear instruction. Thank you.

Tyy Daymon says:

Most glue contains water hat will cause swelling try using CA glue it has no water

Al Dauray says:

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Carlos Salomon says:

Thank you very much amigo!

broderp says:

You skipped the last step…. Beat the ass on the nephew that caused you all this work. Your lucky it was in an easy place any your house was accessible for you to do the work. Nice video.

Y3ahDud3 says:

i would never use laminate floor in a kitchen.. i have laminate in my living room and bedroom and its a real nightmare . i have 5 different damaged spot by water.

Gigant says:

Thank you very nice job !!!!

Best Access Doors says:

Very clear, and fantastic work! Do you have any plans to make more videos like this soon?

Ben says:

I see you didn’t leave much of space for expansion.

Ben says:

I think the plank warped because you didn’t leave much of a space for expansion.

Alex Vanegas says:

good video you make look easy ,thanks

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