How Do You Lay Laminate Flooring around a Toilet?


To lay laminate flooring around a toilet, first remove the toilet, plug the drainpipe with a damp cloth, scrape the old wax seal off the flange. Dry-lay the flooring up to the flange, draw a box to indicate the out edges of the flange and bend a flexi-curve to the shape of the flange. Place the flexi-curve on the plank so it's inside edges touch the box and cut along the inside of the marked circle with a saber saw. Cut and fit the planks as for other obstacles, seal around the flange with silicone caulk and reconnect the toilet.
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How to Lay Laminate Flooring Around a Toilet
One of the most challenging parts of installing flooring of any kind is figuring out how to install around obstacles like doorways, bathtubs, sinks and toilets. This tutorial will describe how to install laminate flooring around a toilet. You will need... More »
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