Floor Covering Repair..?

I had some pretty good Armstrong floor covering installed a few years ago. Lately a few seams are lifting, or turning up slightly peeling up. A few months following the original install the same thing happened and a guy came out with a hair drier and glue of some kind. I tried the hair drier trick.., but it doesn't want to lay down, or stay glued. Time to fix, or new covering..?? Thanks..!!
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armstrong commercial tile 1/8" with proper glue is better than the thin self stick stuff. check for other cause maybe problem dampness from below. see http://www.armstrong.com/home/us/en /
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Thanks Buff.., but I was thinking about a quick repair.., if I have to go with a new floor, might as well go with all new real Spanish tile.., Si..??
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Use the approved glue and add a weight to the top for at least 24 hours. Buy a couple of 4x8x16 solid concrete blocks if you have to. Protect the finish with paper between the block and the floor. Worst case you glue some paper to the floor.
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Use wax paper to prevent the paper sticking to the paper.
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Thanks gang.., but I already walked into the kitchen area the other morning, and I'll be damn'd if'n I didn't trip over the little piece that was peeling up.., and tore the damn thing lose.., I had to re-do floor anyway.., and we all need the practice (??).., thanks again..!!
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