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Old 06-18-03, 11:17 AM
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Would like to know if I can use contact cement on vinyl flooring sheetgood to plywood. Thankyou Bill
 
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Contact cement can cause yellowing of the vinyl. Use a premium grade vinyl adhesive.
 
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Old 06-19-03, 05:18 PM
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you need to get a glue that is reccomended for that particular vinyl otherwise you might as well shoot yourself i n the foot
 
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Adhesive for vinyl

Use only manufacturer's recommended adhesive for their particular product. Otherwise, you may have discoloration, staining, and/or vinyl failure. Vinyl manufacturers are very specific about what adhesives and seam sealers should be used with the vinyl that you select. If in doubt, ask them to show you the specifications on your product as well as the recommended instructions for floor prep and underlayment, acclimation, installation procedures, adhesives, and seam sealers. If installers or you opt not to follow manufacturer's recommended installation procedures and use recommended products and procedures, warranties are invalid.
 
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