Tiling over Linoleum?

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Tiling over linoleum refers to the carpeting of the floor which is composed of renewable matter. To tile over linoleum tiles, hammer the cement backer board on the floor and put 3 tiles on the floor ensuring that they are flat on the ground. Let them lie over each other ensuring no space is between them.
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1. Lightly sand the linoleum. Work medium-grit sandpaper over the tops of the floors to create texture for the tile adhesive to grip. 2. Vacuum the linoleum floors to remove all dust
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trim the tile such that edges are not raised up. remove and loose tile that is not adhered to the floor. Armstrong makes a product called self leveling compound that you can pour
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It is best not to install vinyl tile over linoleum. The tile won't adhere properly. Remove the old linoleum before the vinyl tile is put down and installed. ...
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