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Posted by harold Johnson on December 14th, 2002 11:24 AM
In reply to bubbles in linoleum by Jean on November 18th, 1999 12:11 AM [Go to top of thread]

We just bought a remodeled home.
after about 7 mo. The linoleum in the
kitchen has come lose.
mostly in the center and in a large area
almost like it had never been glued at all.
it joins the carpet in the entertainment room
and seems to be glued along the edges.
I do not want to pull carpet or the trim.
unless I have to. there are two (2) heat vents
in the center of the room and I can pull the linoleum up after removing the heat vent covers.The linoleum is new and I realy do not have the money to replace it.
So I think I can glue it all down by cuting a strip
down the center between the 2 heat vents.
I just hope that when I glue it back that the
linoleum is not streched and cases an over lap
in the center where I will have to join them
back together and try to hide the cut.

Any sugjestion ??

Thank You: Harold Johnson

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