I assume it is a wooden boat/floor .... odd location for this question .... but whatever! If the floor is part of the boats hull, then take the boat out of the water ... allow it to dry completely. Check the wood with a knife/screwdriver etc.. to see if it is rotted/flaky. If so, replace the wood. If no, you can fiberglass the wood on the underside and give it a weatherproof coating on the topside. There is a dampness issue so check the balance of the hull for any concentrations of dampness that need attention. Added comment- Above answer is good, but to clarify if floor is spongy you must remove & replace old plywood deck, usually in entirety but some have successfully spliced in only a part. All is better because you know what you have underneath that way. Check stringers below deck, if rotted or softened much you must replace or boat will be unsafe. Check transom, if it is wet or has rot you'll have a far larger project than just the deck to contend with. Remove old flotation foam if present because it will be saturated with water if the deck has this problem. If any white fungus is present paint with antifreeze to kill it, then wait a few weeks before waterproofing wood with the same polyester resin/hardener you'll use to seal both sides of the deck plywood & use for glassing in stringers & deck top surface. Use stainless steel wood screws when attaching new deck to stringers, then glass the surface after that. There are a number of good web pages boat owners have chronicled their deck repairs in, worth looking at.
It makes floor soft and spongy
No it's not the Hull is the outside of the boat that contacts the water I believe the floor is called the sole.
Spongy brakes on any automobile are usually caused by air in brake lines. The lines need to be bled according to the owner's manual.
Unless the floor is buckling from an expansion problem then the laminate just follows the floor below it. The time to fix it is before the laminate is installed.
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Spongy bones are not literally spongy. These bones are just extremely porous giving the appearance of looking like spongy material.
you should dig the floor.
First of all what's on the floor and what's under the floor. Meaning is it a wooden floor or concrete. Etc
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It can use as a transportation in the ocean floor, lakes, etc.
The boat was anchored to the ocean floor.
You need to buy the floor repair kit in the shop, put it next to the floor spot you want to fix, and drag your people onto the spot. They will say on the little bar that they are repairing the floor. But you will need to make them fix the floor around ten times. But your floor stuff only fixes one hole. Hope I helped!
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Pour a floor leving liquied on floor and let harden
Yes. They are vehicles built exclusively for the ocean floor.
Spongy bone is calcified and hard. It is named for its spongelike appearance.
Pull the black string in the back.
To fix the floor, you must frequently check the store for the Floor Repair Kit. Then, once you bought it, pull it out of your tool bar and place it on a hole inthe floor. It will sit next to it. Pull a an adult on top of it and he/she will work on it. You can have more than one person working on the floor at the same time. It will take a while to be fixed.
If they have totaled the boat it is because they know that the cost of the repair will exceed the value of the boat. You may be able to find out how to salvage the boat afterwards, however.
the root word for "Spongy" is sponge. spongy means like a sponge or to have sponge like quality's.
they are exactly spongy bones but spongy bone cells wich are located in long bones.