Water damaged bathroom flooring

Hi,
My bath seal had a leak that has caused the originial tongue and groov flooring in the bathroom to warp and buckle. I would like to lay som lino but can with the uneven floor. My choices appear to be:
1. Replace whole bathroom floor or 2. Screw/Nail down boards to joists and cover with a couple of layer of underlay (like the stuff you use for laminate flooring) befor laying the lino
I doubt I could get a joiner pre-Christmass for option 1 so am lookin for a DIY solution if possible.
Any thoughts?
Thanks
-- johnyglen
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I can't tell what type of floor you had from your description (>original tongue and groove flooring) but I think you will be more pleased with the results if you:
1. Sand the floor to a semi-smooth finish and use an inter-flex linoleum over that or 2. Lay down a proper 1/4" underlayment before you install traditional linoleum
If using the underlayment it may be necessary to use 2 wax rings, one regular and one Kant-leak under the toilet bowl to prevent leaks. Put the regular on the bottom and the one with the collar on top.
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