How do I remove a vinyl floor?

Answer Cut the vinyl floor into 9-inch-wide strips with a sharp utility knife, the length of the room. Wedge a flat putty knife under the vinyl until it lifts off the floor, creating a handhold. Pull the ... Read More »

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Do I have to remove the toilet to lay vinyl floor?

The flooring manufacturer Armstrong recommends removing the toilet when laying vinyl flooring. This will allow you to do a complete job as well as check for any leaks that may mess up the new floor... Read More »

How to Remove Glued Down Vinyl Floor?

Depending on the area, removing vinyl flooring can be an all-day job. Vinyl flooring is not difficult to remove but the adhesive that holds the flooring to the sub-floor is where the problem lies. ... Read More »

How to Remove Hairspray From Vinyl Floor?

If you style your hair every day with hairspray, chances are the same fine sticky mist that keeps your locks "glued" in place is also sticking to your linoleum floor. Day after day, this buildup ca... Read More »

How to Remove Stains From a Vinyl Floor?

Vinyl flooring is sealed with a clear acrylic, vinyl or urethane sealer that causes the flooring surface to stay durable and simple to maintain. Mopping usually cleans and removes most stains from ... Read More »