Josephine Ross Flooring November 19th, 2018 - 02:48:39
I just have these tiny little glass finishing touches before it's good to go up, but I just wanted to do this rule or quick run-through of how I put my vinyl floor down over my existing vinyl floor and it's really time-consuming. As far as the measuring and the cutting, and especially when you have these areas that aren't perfectly straight - and so it's not that's a hard part, but as far as putting the floor down that is super easy. I bought this flooring out blows for really cheap less than two dollars and, I think was like a dollar tween and love the look of it. It's just this dark gray with some like cream tones.
It goes really well with how I read it in my bathroom. Hopefully, this is how to hold to any of that boob. I don't want to figure out what to do as far as laying a floor down on top of an existing before super easy, time-consuming but easy. Hopefully, this helps you guys, and let me know what you think. The first thing that I did to start my floor was to remove the doors that were in the way just taking off all the hinges. Next, I took a sanding block and just sanded down all the floor, just because I wanted to get any residue or anything else that was going to be kind of in the way of the new adhesive.
So I just sanded all that down. I think everything down. I went in with this brace dropper and let it sit on the surface for about 10 minutes before wiping it down just to make sure that I get all the time and stuff off. So I needed 25 square feet of flooring, and this I got at a dollar 28 per piece at Lowe's I needed 25. It's a vinyl flooring. That already has the adhesive in the back. So all you have to do is just peel the sticker off and just set it down.