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Old 06-27-2020, 06:14 PM   #1
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Hey everyone: I would like your comments.
I am redoing my RV floor. I am looking to use “glue down vinyl tiles in the living room, kitchen, hall/ bath, and bathroom. I want to replace the carpet on the sofa slide, tile the smaller slide and put a recliner.
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Hey everyone: I would like your comments.

I am redoing my RV floor. I am looking to use “glue down vinyl tiles in the living room, kitchen, hall/ bath, and bathroom. I want to replace the carpet on the sofa slide, tile the smaller slide and put a recliner.

Comments on “glue down tiles” and putting tiles “up to” the sofa/dinette slide.

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My question would be will the slide rollers crunch a stick down and leave roll marks.
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Not sure if slide will affect tile or not. They are no marks on the carpet from the slide so would not think tile would be affected
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I replaced all of the flooring in our 2012 Bounder 35K during this Covid crisis. I used LVP where there was originally roll goods. When I removed the roll goods it left a minor adhesive coating that seemed to work well holding down my click and lock LVP that I intended to be floating.
I replaced carpet with new carpet after I realized that the slide would rub across the LVP and would surely damage it over time.
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