In the upstairs of our house we have 4 bedrooms connected by an L-shaped hallway; two years ago we replaced the floor with snap-together floating cork flooring, and did the entire floor as one big connected unit (no gaps) because the salesman assured me it would be fine. Of course it isn't - in the summer when the humidity drops, we get gaps because the floor can't shrink properly because of all the doorways and such.
So I thought I would be clever, and cut slits in the floor in doorways to separate the floor into separate chunks (with thresholds to cover the gaps). I was able to cut the slits successfully, but now can't seem to get rid of the gaps. I can't figure out how to hit the edge of the floor pieces hard enough to get them to reconnect without breaking it.
I'm really hoping I don't need to pull out the floor moulding and disconnect the slabs of floor so that I can reconnect them properly!
Thanks for any suggestions,