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Original Post: Laminate/Pergo has come up in kitchen... can I lay vinyl tiles on top?
Laminate/Pergo has come up in kitchen. In few areas, it grabs slippers and is a trip danger. Can I somehow glue those parts down and lay vinyl tiles on top, or need to completely remove the Pergo first?
Thanks for suggestions.
Highlights from the Thread
It all needs to go. It most likely failed because of moisture. What's it laid over? Why tiles and not sheet linoleum?
I can use sheet. Tiles came in mind due to ease of installation (no glue needed, easy to carry and cut etc). I'll have to do the bathroom first. Kitchen is usable but definitely needs replacement.
Is that a slab under that floor? If you’re talking about peel and stick tiles, I beg you to not ever consider them!