If the wood is or gets damaged you may want to fill the holes and the
cracks and smooth the surface before tiling
PS: Why the xpost to architecture? There is nothing architectural in
It won't be easy to get up if you can get it up at all.
Lowes has a shit scraper, as big as a shovel but just a big ol piece
of flat steel, you can sharpen and edge on it.
More than lilely it will tear up the surface of the wood.
Screw 3/8" plywood down, putty the seams, let dry for a couple days,
sand the seams with a belt sander.
Don't use stick ons, get the rolled stuff at Lowes - buy it a little
bigger than you need.
Remove the baseborad, install the roll - trim to fit, reinstall the
If this is a rental property you'll thank me.
HomeOwnersHub.com is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.