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Can/Should You Paint Over Linoleum Flooring?

Preparing the linoleum is the most important part of painting it. Without proper preparation, the pain will not likely last more than a few months before it starts to peel. In order to get the floor ready, you must clean it thoroughly and rough up the surface with sandpaper. You can then prime the floor with Kilz or a similar primer.

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Can/Should You Put Tile Over Linoleum Flooring?

Lightly sanding the floor is a step that should not be skipped. It will allow the mortar to firmly adhere to the floor and keep the tiles from eventually loosening. In addition, you want to carefully measure the room and strike a line in the center of the room where you can work from in both directions.

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Can You/Should You Put Peel and Stick Floor Over Vinyl?

To fill in any damaged areas, fill the spots with a premixed floor leveler and allow it to dry. Once this has dried, you will then need to thoroughly clean the floor of any dust and debris. Once clean, you can then snap chalk lines across the floor to guide the pattern of your new flooring.

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