M Ransley, you are a quick draw, but again, only short-fused gratuitous,
near-troll ridicule comes out of your gun barrel.
Laminates are floating systems, and do not use glue.
He is asking about *stairs* not open spaces with foam backing.
Is there an adhesive specialist out there?. Contact cement comes to mind,
but I don't know the material that backs the laminate. That helps determine
the glue type.
Roger, your quote, " laminates are floating systems" is untrue.
Most lamintes are not floating by design. most man made synthetic
floors are laminate and not floating , but glued. 1 example , 12"
Use what the manufacturer recommends. You can get it from the same dealer
that carries the flooring. The stuff I used was in a cartridge. Don't
recall the specifics, but it was Wilson Art flooring I used.
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