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PostPosted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 5:12 pm 
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Is color matching of plank as hard as color matching or wax/mastic? Is it realistic to be able to find a closer finish on a new plank (I don't have spare ones)? Also, is there more than one "locking pattern" and size of planks? Or is it pretty standard?


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assuming its a genuine wood top layer then colour match is a lottery
connecting systems are specific to manufacturers with some having more than one system
iff the flooring is in more than one room or area worth looking at an odd area to lift both for sacrificial planks and manufacturers details
replacing planks can be impossible on some systems and from perhaps 10-40% damage likly even on so called reusable systems

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