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  1. Twotone4truth
    October 1, 2008
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    can you offer any tips on the lenoleum removal? I'm redoing a kitchen that has 4 layers.

  2. TileMasterGa
    October 1, 2008
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    well…. sometimes it goes easy….. sometimes not, if it is glued down well You just need to be patient and remowe whole thing, i would start from remowing quarterrounds that usually holds linoleum, u can also cat linoleum in to smaller pieces – it will help too…. good luck to you budy- u gonna need it 🙂

  3. TileMasterGa
    June 11, 2009
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    Yap – cutting corners big time!!!
    you beter stop him…and find professional person dude…. I cant believe!!!

  4. marbleregisters
    September 16, 2009
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    Matching flush mount floor registers sure would have given the job a finished look.

  5. Myra Aragones
    January 17, 2010
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    @5277407 if you installing tile, just go over the linoleum other wise rent a floor sander for concrete at home depo and it will scratch everything off

  6. dutch1999
    November 24, 2010
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    Getting ready to attempt my first tile job. Noticed you spread the grout over the whole tile instead of just the seams. Is that just because it is faster?

  7. howboutthemapplz
    January 11, 2012
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    Beautiful work, very good informational video. I'm about to remove one layer of linoleum in the kitchen and put tile in.

    Your picked a great choice, and the kitchen area looks GREAT!

    Thanks for the good video.

  8. ricerust
    February 3, 2014
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    lol it looked ok b4 wat was rong? they jus wanted to change?

  9. Justin Crediblename
    July 31, 2014
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    what happens when they have to service the dishwasher? Are they going to have to jack up the kitchen counters?

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