Hi planetqueen I would be a shame to permanently destroy the surface of the tiles - the next owner may really like them. Suggest you cover with laminate flooring, the underlay will take out minor surface defects and there are a who range of different patterns, not just wood effect. Regards S
I agree, but I've already tried wooden tiles (they got wet and warped), and currently the flooring is covered with vinyl flooring, but it looks pretty poor. Is there a decent stone-look vinyl covering that won't lift up or tear and ripple?
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