Hi Folks, I have an old vinyl tile floor (maybe 40+ years old) and looking
for the best way to replace it.
I'm thinking on using floor leveler to fill any voids then putting down 1/4
lunan for a smooth surface. Using ring nails to secure. Then laying out my
pattern with 12" square sticky tiles.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
On Fri, 23 Sep 2005 18:05:16 GMT, Platebanger wrote:
probably has asbestose in the tiles . yes emboss level with armstrong s-194
then staple every 4" and then before you install your tile fill all voids
in luan with s-194 Ring nails will work, but make sure you counter sink
the heads if possible and befor you install the tiles wipe the luan down
with a slightly damp rag to remove all dust. If the tiles come loose you
can always buy some DS100 duraceramic adhesive the tiles will never come
loose again..by the way try not to touch the adhesive side of the tile when
removing the backing.
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