Bubbling or Swelled Edges

Bubbling or Swelled Edges

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Laminate floor swelling from urine contamination

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Swelling from moisture intrusion

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Swelling from moisture intrusion

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Swelling from moisture intrusion

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Swelling from moisture intrusion

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Swelling from moisture intrusion

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Swelling from moisture intrusion

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Swelling from moisture intrusion

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Pet urine viewed under UV lighting

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Swelling from moisture intrusion

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Pet urine viewed under UV lighting

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Azostix used to detect urine

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Swelling from moisture intrusion

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Swelling from moisture intrusion

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Swelling from pet urine

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Swelling from moisture intrusion

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What you need to know

Swelling/bubbling can occur along the edges of laminate planks when standing water or liquid enters in-between the joints of the adjoined planks. When sufficient moisture is absorbed into the laminate core material, the core begins to swell. Not all core materials are as resistant to moisture absorption as others. Generally, lower

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