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Laying Dryback LVT on Kitchen Floor

Postby oswizuk » Tue Jan 14, 2020 11:51 am

I have a kitchen floor covered in a wood-effect laminate. It is smooth and level with both insulation boards and underlay beneath it, but I want to lay dryback LVT tiles on top to create an impervious layer which will be better water-resistant.
Should I "prime" the laminate in some way first? What is the best type of adhesive to use for this job - is standard acrylic LVT adhesive OK? I an conscious that the laminate will not provide a porous surface to work with.

Any advice/ideas on this would be very welcome.
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