Are you tired of looking at unsightly chips on your beautiful laminate floor? Don't let them ruin the look of your home any longer! With the help of the Coconix Floor and Furniture Repair Kit, you can easily fix those chips and have your floor looking like new in no time. So grab your kit, a cold drink, and let's get started on this floor repair adventure!
How much does it cost to fix a chipped laminate floor?
Fixing a chipped laminate floor can be a costly and time-consuming process if you opt for professional services. On average, you can expect to spend several hundred dollars to repair just one chipped area on your laminate floor. This cost can quickly add up if you have multiple chips or if the damage is widespread.
Coconix repair kits are the best choice!
On the other hand, using the Coconix Floor and Furniture Repair Kit can save you a significant amount of money and give you the same professional-looking results. With the kit, you can easily fix chips and cracks on your laminate floor without having to spend a fortune on professional services.
Not only does the Coconix Floor and Furniture Repair Kit save you money, but it also allows you to fix the damage quickly and easily. The kit comes with everything you need to repair your laminate floor, including detailed instructions and all the materials required. You can repair the chips in just a few hours, depending on the size and severity of the damage.
If you're looking for a cost-effective and quick solution to fixing chipped laminate flooring, the Coconix Floor and Furniture Repair Kit is a great option. With the kit, you can save money, avoid the hassle of professional services, and repair your floor to look like new again. So why not try it out and see the results for yourself!
Don't worry, this repair is nothing to be afraid of. Just take your time and follow the instructions closely, and you'll have it done in no time.
The time required for this repair will depend on the size and severity of the chips on your laminate floor. In general, it can take anywhere from a few hours to a full day. But trust us, it's worth the wait to have your floor looking like new again.
Sandpaper (if needed)
Preparing the Area
- Carefully remove any dirt or debris from the chipped area.
- Clean the area and remove any dust.
- Wipe down the area with a damp cloth and let it dry thoroughly.
Matching the Color
- If your repair requires a custom color, refer to the Color Mixing Guide found in the kit to match the color of the laminate floor and prepare the mixture in the empty mixing jar.
Filling the Chips
- For chips larger than 1/4 of an inch, use the laminate filler to fill the chips on the laminate floor.
- Cut off the required amount of laminate filler and knead it until it becomes a uniform color.
- Apply the filler within 2 minutes after kneading. Press the filler firmly into the chips until curing is noticeable. Do not leave a bulge.
- For a smooth surface, rub the area with a damp cloth prior to hardening. After 1 hour, the laminate filler can be sanded, tapped, and drilled.
Applying the Repair Compound
- Apply the repair compound to the damaged area. Start by applying it around the edges of the chips and work your way towards the center to avoid air bubbles.
- Use the spatula for larger applications and the brush for surface applications and detail touch-ups.
- Smooth out the surface and wipe off the excess with a paper towel.
Drying and Additional Layers
- Allow several hours for the repair compound to dry until it is no longer sticky to the touch.
- If needed, apply additional layers until the repaired area is level with the surrounding area of the laminate floor.
Adding Texture (optional)
- If your wood has grain patterns, designs, or texture, you can recreate them using the small brush and dark colors like Walnut, Mahogany, and Black.
And that's it! Your chipped laminate floor has been successfully repaired and is ready for use. Show off your handy work to your friends and family next time they come over. Don't forget to visit coconix.com/resources for more tips and tricks on floor repairs. Happy repairing! Remember to handle your floor with care. With proper care and maintenance, your laminate floor will last for years to come. Enjoy your newly repaired floor and the satisfaction of a job well done!
One Repair Leads to Another
Besides the Coconix Floor and Furniture Repair Kit, Coconix also offers other solutions to fix household items. One of these is the Fabric and Carpet Repair Kit, a must-have for repairing holes, tears, or burns in carpets, rugs, and upholstery. With a range of colors of repair compound included, you can seamlessly match the color of the damaged area and give your fabrics and carpets a new lease on life. The kit comes with all the tools you need and step-by-step instructions, making the repair process effortless and achievable for anyone.
Another option from Coconix is the Leather and Vinyl Repair Kit, ideal for fixing scratches, cuts, or holes in leather and vinyl furniture, car interiors, or clothing. The kit includes a range of colors of repair compound and simple instructions to follow, allowing you to restore the appearance of your leather and vinyl items with ease. With this kit, you can give your belongings a new lease on life and save time and money by avoiding the need to replace them.
Both the Fabric and Carpet Repair Kit and the Leather and Vinyl Repair Kit come with all the necessary tools and materials for a successful repair process. Whether you're a homeowner, renter, or a professional, these kits are a convenient and essential addition to your toolbox. With Coconix, you can confidently tackle any repair project, ensuring a professional-looking result every time.
Surprisingly good results on laminate floor
It looks a lot better!!!
A small area of our laminate floor came away and exposed the spongy backing. We already planned to replace the entire floor next year, so I just needed a temporary fix so that it wasn't obvious until then. This has worked out really well, much better than I expected. I trimmed away where the spongy backing had absorbed some water and raised up, and then applied the color product over that. I did not use any putty. I did not do a perfect job by any means but it is quite disguised and from a few feet away is not at all noticeable. As it is a floor and it gets walked on, I don't know how long it will stand up to that, but it was easy enough to do that I don't mind doing it again if needed. The important thing is that it will get me through till next year without being really obvious. Very pleased!