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Old 09-14-2021, 07:31 PM
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Two secrets you need to know about cleaning your laminate floors

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Grab a microfiber pad, dip in the solution you just made, squeeze the excess water out as much as you can and start cleaning small areas one by one. Continue on until you work the whole floor. And that’s How to clean with Vinegar[/URL] solution for laminate flooring.

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Final words

What do you think about the two secrets you just learned about cleaning the laminate floor? Do you still think laminate floors are tricky to clean? We hope after this post, you can surprise others with your cleaning result by applying these secrets. Now you can enjoy your beautiful laminate floor without putting too much effort into preserving it.

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Old 09-17-2021, 12:37 PM
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Default Re: Some tracks miss in edited clip

Originally Posted by terryreynolds View Post
How do I locate the clips that were originally edited and put them back in place in the session.
Well they should be in your Audio Files folder, but I would check your backup sessions to see if they are in place in one of those sessions. You could then use Import Session Data to pull those original tracks back into the latest session and either use those tracks, or drag the missing clips to the original tracks.
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Default Re: Some tracks miss in edited clip

Agree with Chris^^^, but its worth addressing some confusion in your post.

"The clip I'm working on has 15 track sessions .7 of the edited tracks are missing a few minutes after editing." By "clip" do you actually mean "session". Did you mean you are working on a session with 15 tracks? Is the .7 actually supposed to be a period for the previous sentence and then the 7 is the start of the next question? What went missing and when? Was it a few minutes later on the clock, or a few minutes later on the time line? Maybe its me, but the post is confusing(honestly, no insult is intended)
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