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DriTac Wood Floor Repair Kit-Engineered Flooring ONLY 32oz

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  • DriTac has developed a repair system to correct the hollow spots and popping conditions for engineered wood flooring installations when other adhesives fail to get the job done.
  • These defects cost the flooring industry millions of dollars per year.
  • Studies and experience show that a major cause of these problems for engineered wood floor installations are adhesive voids between the flooring and the subfloor.
  • **DO NOT USE Dritac RS-1 engineered wood floor over sealed concrete. For repairs over concrete , use DriTac SW-1 Solid Wood & Bamboo Floor Repair Kit
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DriTac Wood Floor Repair Kit-Engineered Flooring ONLY 32oz + DriTac 32 Fl Oz. Professional Wood Floor Repair Adhesive + Precision Applicators - Dispense Pack
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  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001OKA1LS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,163 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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DriTac has developed a repair system to correct the hollow spots and popping conditions for engineered wood flooring installations when other adhesives fail to get the job done. These defects cost the flooring industry millions of dollars per year. Studies and experience show that a major cause of these problems for engineered wood floor installations are adhesive voids between the flooring and the subfloor. **DO NOT USE Dritac RS-1 engineered wood floor over sealed concrete. For repairs over concrete , use DriTac SW-1 Solid Wood & Bamboo Floor Repair Kit

Customer Reviews

Thought it worked very well and was easy to use.
Sam Sissine
This product really work, I had serveral boards that would pop when walking on them followed the directions and now they are quite as a mouse.
Leighton A Burdett
Well worth the money and takes care of the problem as promised.
Robert Graham

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By DEWinit on March 4, 2012
Amazon doesn't charge you extra for shipping this kit. Everyone else does. They also have replacement adhesive at an affordable price, and no extra shipping. The kits work great.
Here are some trial and error tricks. 1) To aid in getting adhesive into the syringe. Before inserting the plunger, liberally apply Petroleum Jelly to the plunger rubber parts and the inside of syringe. It is much easier to suck up adhesive. It won't affect anything.Wipe off the inside LIP of the Jar to help keep the syringe from getting messy. 2) Use an old Face Cloth rag, whetted with moderate amount of dish soap and water, wrung out so it won't drip. (It will greatly aid in any clean up of the adhesive because the soap cuts the chemical bond of anything Latex. Wring the cloth out and use it again for painting or caulking.) 3) Mark the floor with blue masking tape. Tap the floor with anything to denote where there is solid and hollow. I used the handle of a small hammer. To mark a large area, while standing use a wood broom handle or pole, then go back with the hammer. 4) Use Pre-Colored MinWax Wood Putty to seal holes, and choose the darkest area of your flooring to match. 5) Drill ALL holes first and clean up the shavings. Drill ONLY IN THE DARKEST AREAS. This will make caulking easier. I used 2-4 holes for each hollow spot so that adhesive would cover everything in the hollow. Tap with handle to see if hollow sound disappears. 6) I used a Wire Nipper Pliers to trim the wood pegs, then counter sunk each one a little bit. This stops "weeping" of the adhesive. Cover each hole with MinWax Putty. Clean up and remove tape. Wash and wax next day. If MinWax smears at all, buff with soft cloth. Enjoy the improvement.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Roli Ochoa on February 24, 2014
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I had some engineered wood floor installed in Feb. 2013. By Feb 2014 I had several areas that became unglued for whatever reason. I think my slab was not level in some areas. I bought this kit as it had great reviews. It worked very well and my hollow spots are now gone. I am 100% happy I no longer hear squeaky or loose boards. Since i had many bad spots to repair i had plenty of trial and error attempts to figure out the best way to apply this product. From my experience I would recommend the following. Have a wet towel handy to wipe up any glue that spills.

1. Wear an old shirt and plan to throw it away when you are done.
2. Identify all the bad areas and drill all holes before hand.
3. Put a light coat of lube on the rubber grommet at the end of the plunger that goes into the syringe. This will REALLY help push the glue out
4. Do not attempt to suck the glue up with the syringe. It will not work.
5. Remove syringe plunger, put your index finger on the tip of the needle and pour the glue in directly.
6. Do not install the plunger in the syringe yet.
7. Put the syringe needle in the drilled hole. It will not leak when you remove your finger from the needle.
8. Once the needle is in the hole put the plunger in and begin to push the glue out.
9. Repeat the steps for all holes.
10. I filled no more than 5 holes at a time then i inserted the wood dowel.

This was by far the easiest way to apply the product with minimal mess. The wood dowels are larger than the drilled holes. I found the best way to install them was to use a pencil sharpener to lightly sharped the dowel so i could easily drive it in the hole. I used wire cutters to cut the dowel flush to the floor.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nigel N. Brooks on September 21, 2014
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We had engineered hardwood floors installed a couple of months ago in the kitchen and dining area, about two weeks in we noticed popping of some areas when walked on. Using a rubber mallet there were a number of hollow areas. This product works exactly as advertised, by using advice listed here in the reviews we finished part of the kitchen but ran out of the adhesive for some other areas. Just ordered another 32 ounce bottle and will finish up next weekend.

I was a bit worried about drilling into our beautiful floor but the holes are really small and if you drill into dark areas they are unnoticeable.

TIP
It's easier done by two.
Drill hole in dark area
vacuum shavings
remove plunger from syringe
put syringe in drilled hole
have partner fill syringe from bottle
replace plunger
back syringe out a bit (to clear concrete or subfloor)
hold syringe while partner operates plunger to evacuate adhesive
sharpen dowel, insert firmly into hole and after cutting off countersink
use wood filler to finish allow to dry
use color matching stain pen to color wood filler
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By school marm on August 28, 2014
We had a living dining, hall, and bedroom laminate wood over concrete. It squeaked with every step. It was going to be impossible to sell. We decided to carpet the bedroom and try dritac on the living/dining room, and hall. First we marked all the squeaking spots with a dry erase marker. Then with knee pads on we drilled, filled,and wood puttied all the spots. It took three days, we used two of these and one small starter kit. It was a lot of work. I kid you not. However, it worked! The holes are so small the job is invisible AND they are completely silent. Saved lots of cash. Needed to buy more syringes. Clean up well as you go. The job can be messy.
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