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  1. #1
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    Default Tiling a bathroom floor

    I am currently removing an old linoleum floor from a bathroom. It is so old that it is spliting in half and the bottom and backing paper are sticking to the floor in some areas while the top design is coming up. I am planning on tiling the floor. Should I worry about removing the remaining backing paper/adhesive and if so how? If not should I use some sort of backer board or self leveling cement or some such product? Any help would be appreciated. Thank You

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    Default Re: Tiling a bathroom floor

    You could have avoided taking that tile off and just install backer board and tile over that. It shouldn't be much of a diff. leaving some glue or tile as long it's not exagerated leaving to much of a offset or bump on the floor.

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