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Question DetailsAsked on 12/27/2019

I had ceramic tile installed over my old linoleum kitchen floor. Can I remove the tile and restore the linoleum?

I'm wondering if I can salvage and restore the original linoleum that has had a subfloor and ceramic tile on it for more than 20 years? I really regret having it tiled over. Would the sub-flooring most likely be glued over the original floor?

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