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 How to Close Seams in Linoleum?

Answer Available in sheets or tiles, linoleum flooring is a popular choice in kitchens and bathrooms. While its relative low cost can make it an attractive alternative, linoleum flooring lacks the durabil... Read More »
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How to Hide Seams When Joining Linoleum?

In a larger application of linoleum flooring, inevitably sections of flooring must be joined. To help hide the seams between sections of linoleum, create a pattern beforehand. A pattern is created ... Read More »
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How to Sew Seams?

Just by learning how to sew a straight seam, you're on your way to making your entire wardrobe shine, exactly like you've always dreamed. You can make that outfit, that dress or casual top you alwa... Read More »
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Can new linoleum be installed over old linoleum?

Yes as long as the vinyl is in good condition without any cracks, tears, or bubbles. You will need to make sure the old is only one layer. The floor will need to be stripped and embossed so any pat... Read More »
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What are hot-melt seams?

A hot-melt seam is a tightly sealed seam that has been fused by hot glue or tape, which is melted after application using a heating source such as an iron. It's often used in the making of waterpro... Read More »
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