Should I use something with padding all ready on boards or should I look at unpadded?
Stoneriver, please be specific. Kindly reform your question.
Some flooring come with a padding attached tq bottom and some dont which is better?
the flooring wiithout is cheaper but be sure you use a moister barrier under it. I assume your talking laminate flooring.Dont put laminate in a bathroom the water makes it swell right up
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