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Old 09-08-2016, 04:02 PM   #1
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Liquid Nails

In the process of replacing the carpet with vinyl tile flooring, my question, should I use liquid nails on the vinyl tiles or not?
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No, there is adhesive made for that purpose. Just check Lowes, Home Depot, or stores of that like. Some vinyl tile does not even require adhesive.
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any particular adhesive?
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I just replaced my mother-in-laws flooring with interlocking vinyl tiles, they required no adhesive. Check the packaging of your vinyl to see what they require.
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Because of the wide temperature swings RVs experience I would think floating tile would be best so as not to buckle/gap in extreme temperatures.
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Yes I am using the interlocking vinyl planks. There are a couple places like where the dinette and toilet are that need a few inches to cover that require the tile standing up so this is where I need to use some type of adhesive. We are in AZ. so the heat is an issure. Any suggestions? Thanks
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