Can self adhesive tiles be placed directly on a concrete floor?

Answer Self-adhesive vinyl tiles can be placed on dry concrete flooring. The Utah State University Cooperative Extension recommends that you air-dry the concrete for a period of several months instead of ... Read More »

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How can you place Vinyl floor tiles directly on the sub floor?

Usually. Most peel-and-stick vinyl tiles have a decent glue and will adhere to a clean and relatively smooth subfloor. Make sure it is not OSB or particle board subfloor as peel and stick will not ... Read More »

How do I lay self-adhesive floor tiles?

Prepare the FloorSweep and mop the floor. Allow this to dry. Apply a floor primer made for applying vinyl flooring. Two coats of this are usually required. Find the center of the room using chalk l... Read More »

How do I remove self-adhesive floor tiles?

Hold a heat gun or a hair dryer set on "high" over the corner of a self-adhesive floor tile.Slip a wide putty knife or a floor scraper under the edge of the tile while you continue heating it.Pry u... Read More »

How do I remove adhesive floor tiles?

Find a Starting PointWedge the edge of a wide metal putty in between two of the tiles, prying under whichever one of them comes up easiest. Once you're under one of them, push the knife forward at ... Read More »