How would you dry this floor?

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  1. Nomad74
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    Is this warped beyond saving? What would you do? Maybe just a little buffing with a 175 or bust out the Trinity and a whole lot of prayers?

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    Couple fans and it should be good.
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    Remove a few boards to relieve some pressure. Then minimize the drying chamber with poly sheeting. I'd move hot dry air across the top and bottom flutes of the board.

    I think I can save it. :winky:
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    I'd leave it like it is ....see if the panthers can play on expert level
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    I think that floor is toast, burnt toast.
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    Is that real?! Salvage and Remodel is in order..
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    I had one like that in a government housing project. Hot water relief valve popped. Pulled the floor out and started over.
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    Just stack government regulations on it until it gives up and lays down.
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    just remember your bad back.
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    Well, a lot of those regulations come in smallish books. And too, a guy could always hire elves!

    Oh wait. There are regulations about that..
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  11. steve_64
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    That was aweek back.
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    Looks like a fun house @ the fair.... I'm going to go out on a limb here, and say IT'S FOOKED......
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    How long have you had your week back?
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    My brother would quote curly dozens of times a day and pull it off flawlessly. I miss him a lot.
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