temporary vinyl flooring

Old 11-11-05, 08:44 AM
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temporary vinyl flooring

I just bought a house in need of upgrading (drywall, new flooring, kitchen cabinets, etc). At this time we can't afford everything that needs to be done and until I'm clear on what I want I don't want to spend alot of time and money on redoing my kitchen floor. I need to change my vinyl tile in the kitchen (it's pretty ugly). Would it be okay to tile over the existing ones
after a good cleaning? I know it's not recommended but like I said I need a temporary fix for esthetic purposes. Thanks....
Old 11-14-05, 01:42 PM
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It's all depends on what are you going to apply later. But the most common way to do it is to throw a skim coat of prep (Webcreete 95 with DL16 Latex) and then lay the vinyl. With straight milk (DL16) it would come up somewhat easy (unless VCT will stairt comming off aswell). Worked for me

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