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Fixing a Squeaky Wood Floor from Above

1. Drill hole, to prevent wood from cracking, at an angle.


2. Hammer in cement coated flooring nails or ring-shank nails.
3. Countersink nail 1/8 inch under surface.3 Countersink nail 1/8 inch under surface. 4. Cover holes with wood putty. Let dry, and sand flush
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