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We found that it goes together easier if you attach the pieces together end to end before clicking the whole row into place.Also, be sure to have a place outside to do your cutting because the dust is horrible.
If not, then I would let the NET taking over you know:1. Otherwise, your floor will buckle or crack when it expands.posted by Thorzdad at AM on December 21, 2009 the kind you click together, not the kind that needs glue Read the fine print on the box carefully.We substituted roofing felt, which isn’t too bad but I’ll find out what the alternatives are if I ever do it again.It’s pretty easy, I put down a bunch of the stuff in our living room.But it’s not a super difficult project, you just have to take your time with it.Also seconding doing the cutting outside because the dust is AWFUL and it gets EVERYWHERE. They usually have free classes for things like this.You will discover, after 1 year, that for minimum 1/3 of the questions you asked, the answer mattered to no one except you.It's not a pretty way to live, but it explains why my stress over not having enough information/trying to do things perfectly seems kind of hilarious to them.I don’t know if there’s a name for that tool, but I would think any place that sells laminate flooring ought to have them, and should be able to offer you some tips.It would be worth seeing if any of the Home Depots in your area are doing a clinic on laminate floor, too!