The lineoleum on my kitchen floor is buckling slightly and developing
cracks through which seeps some thin fluid, colored like cocoa with a
lot of milk.
The only thing I can think of that might account for this is that many
months ago we had a drip under the kitchen sink, enough that over time
it warped the plywood floor of the under-sink cabinet. But that has
been fixed, and there is no dampness there now. No idea what's
happening below that plywood, though, which is 2-3 inches above floor
The house was built in 1958, and the linoleum was there when I bought
the house 18 years ago.
I know the lineoleum will have to come up and be replaced, but what am
I likely to find under it?