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Posted by booglu on February 1st, 2003 11:53 PM

I recently tiled the walls in my bathroom, and had planned to tile the floor but am sick to death of tile, grout, thinset, etc! I also began to think about how cold a tile floor would be... So I began investigating vinyl options. I am wondering whether vinyl tiles (which seem to be the easiest way to go) would be okay in a bathroom. I also ran into a sheet vinyl product by Tarkett that required NO adhesive (not even perimeter) and wondered if anyone had had experience with that. Whatever I do I'm planning to go over an old ceramic floor (in good shape, except for the edges near where we replaced the tub - of course the new one was just slightly smaller!). If I fill that space in with mortar and use leveling compound over the tiles will that be sufficient? Thanks in advance for any help!!

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