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Old 10-14-2012, 08:15 AM   #1
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Laying floor over pre stick tiles


I just ripped up the carpet on my second floor, it was old and smelled. Underneath there is plywood mostly but in some areas there is pre adhesive tiles. I ripped up one and it took a little plywood with it, and didn't come up cleanly. Can I lay carpet/laminate floors in top of them? Thank

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Laminate with the proper pad would go right over it or carpet will also work.
If you meant peel and stick tiles you can use a heat gun to get them out.
If the plan is laminite of carpet I'd leave them in place. Reason being your going to have a sticky mess once there out that would all have to be cleaned off

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