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Old 12-06-2006, 05:19 AM   #1
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Hi,

Could anybody give me some tips/advice on laying lino for the first time on a very smooth concrete kitchen floor please?

All help is greatly appreciated.

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Jonny,
It's impossible to list here everything you need to know for professional results. A kitchen might be a tough place to learn by trial-and-error because it's usually a fairly big (expensive) piece of flooring. I have replaced more than a few botched jobs that were done by "pros", so maybe first try an entry or other small area for practice.
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buy an armstrong diy kit at a flooring store.

all the info will be in it.
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