Laminated wood flooring is susceptible to damage from moisture. A spill introduces moisture to the wood causing swelling that can lead to a warped board or a bubble. If the swelling causes the piece of flooring to delaminate, separate into the individual wood pieces, it will need to be replaced. Cutting the damaged board out of the floor allows for replacement without tearing up the entire floor. Do-it-yourselfers with basic woodworking skills and tools can accomplish the task.
Mark out the damaged board or boards. The process replaces entire boards, not portions of boards.
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