On 7/26/2014 8:15 AM, email@example.com wrote:
If the linoleum and subfloor are in sound condition there's no reason
to remove them. However, you will have to strip every bit of wax and
crud off the linoleum. The seams should be tight, but for insurance,
you may want to drive a few nails along the seams to ensure it. If
it's adhesive-backed tile, don't rely on just that adhesive. Purchase
some proper adhesive and use that during the install.
In 1983 we installed a peel-and-stick Armstrong vinyl tile floor in
our kitchen over 1954-installed linoleum using the above process.
Still have the floor, and the vinyl is finally starting to show its
age. Install it right, care for it right, and it'll last longer than
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