My bathroom have linoleum and I would like to replace it with ceramic
Do I need to remove the glue completely?
Also I have a master 1/2 bath that is currently carpeted but I would
like to remove the carpet and install ceramic tile in there as well.
I would like to know the preparation work needed for the previously
I am going to have a carpet installer put in new carpet in the rest of
the house soon, should I tell him to remove the carpet in there for me
or install the new carpet up the outside of the said bathroom, and I
can go remove it myself later on? Since I do not know how long before
I will actually tile that room.
You are making a big mistake. My parents have a ceramic tile bathroom
floor. I cant tell you how many times people have slipped and fallen
in there. Ceramic is slippery. Also, if using glue down ceramic
tile, perpare to re-glue a few tiles every year. Ceramic is made for
walls, not floors.
On 7 Feb 2005 15:55:29 -0800, jeremy firstname.lastname@example.org (jj3000) wrote:
On behalf of this newsgroup, and of thinking individuals, especially
those skilled in the construction trades, I would like to
apologize for this post. Although I did not make this post, I still
have to apologize.
Occasionally people come in here who have absolutely no clue as to
what they are talking about, and this is the best example of that
that I have seen in the last year or so.
Please disregard the above response. It is totally worthless
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