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Old 02-01-2008, 07:59 PM   #1
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i was wondering if i could put 1/4 cement board over existing lino the bathroom sub floor looks like 3/4 particle board and sits on 2x6 every 16 inches the span is 8 ft.this is my first manufactured home and its alot diffrent then my first house that i bought.

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A particleboard subfloor is not recommended anywhere in a tile installation sandwich, and so I'd recommend you use a different type of flooring.

Having said that, I know it has been done before. It probably worked well some or most of the time? So do it if you want, but don't be surprised if you have at least a partial failure if you do?

Of course the lino and the thin (1/4") underlayment if any, need to be removed first.

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Thanks Jaz,after Reading Enough Threads Thats What I Thought.
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