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Laying tile over vinyl flooring on a plywood subfloor: Apply thin-set adhesive to the vinyl flooring with a notched trowel. Screw or nail 1/2″ cement backer board on top of the vinyl while the adhesive is still wet. Apply thin-set adhesive to any joints in the backer board. Embed fiberglass mesh tape over the joints in the adhesive.What are floating floor tiles?
Floating tile flooring, also called modular tile flooring, includes a range of porcelain and ceramic tile products that can be installed without adhesive or mortar. Generally, the tile is rectified to precise dimensions, and fused to an interlocking base.What is a floating engineered hardwood floor?
Floating hardwood floor is made from engineered wood strips that snap together and requires no adhesives. They float freely on top of a subfloor. Some types of floating floorboards are glued together at the seams, requiring a series of shims and clamps to hold the planks together while the glue dries.How do you remove vinyl tile flooring?
If you remove vinyl flooring but the glue remains lodged on the subfloor, try this: Combine warm water and soap in a bucket, then apply it liberally to the glue, allowing time for the mixture to soak in. When you return, the glue will have softened and become easier to remove.