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Posted by LJ in TX on December 17th, 2001 03:15 PM
In reply to linoleum floor has become unglued - how do I fix this by Paul on December 17th, 2001 02:21 PM [Go to top of thread]

I think your only solution maybe to take the linoleum up and reglue it, if the linoleum is salvageable.. Some others can comment further but maybe you can inject some glue into the areas that have lifted and roll it back down firmly to the floor or subfloor (is it applied over concrete or wood?_ Bubbling of your linoleum makes it sound deformed or stretched in those areas, so hope it is not damaged beyond repair. You maybe able to cut slit in the bubbled area to get the new glue under it to re-attach. Hope this helps. Post back with more details on your situation. Is it worth salvaging, i.e. the rest of the linoleum is not too worn???! LJ

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