Originally Posted by cynthia
Thanks to all the ideas.A/S Tech of Ohio responded with this,are you ready?Place a towel over what appears to be a screw that has worked it's way up.Then take a mallet and with a level swing hit it a few times.O.K After about a half dozen hits it appears to be flat.Go figure.Well now I will wait and see if it comes back.I can live with this.
Interesting solution, to say the least.
I would wonder if it was actually a screw that you were hitting how secure your floor will be now that you've driven it in like a nail, and won't it become loose over time.
The floor and vinyl my 2004 Classic are both concerns. My vinyl had several drill holes, burn marks and gouges when I bought it, and during the past 2 months my floor has developed rather severe squeeks/creeks as well. I swear that my floor actually moves up and down when you walk on it.
Be careful with what you've been told here about vinyl repairs, should you need to go that route, and good luck!