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Posted by Jeff on November 10th, 1999 03:33 AM
In reply to Lineolium over Harwood...HELP! by Eric Richardson on November 10th, 1999 12:26 AM [Go to top of thread]


Sometimes it's easier to rent a floor sander (like what you'd use to sand the hardwood anyway) and sand right through the linoleum, taking off the linoleum and also removing any remaining adhesive. The finish on the hardwood might have been ruined anyway, so this could be a good way to go. Otherwise you'd have to scrape and pull it all up, and quite possibly you would have to sand the hardwood anyway. Then all you have to do is recoat with polyurethane or another clear or stain/clear. I have seen this done and it is not as time consuming as scraping/pulling, which I had done to my mom's kitchen floor a few years ago. The choice is up to you but this technique may save you some trouble. Jeff

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