IF YOU want a quick fix for your bathroom or kitchen floor, sheet
vinyl is the obvious choice. It’s water resistant, easy to clean,
not too cold underfoot and ideal if you don’t have the time, skills
or money to lay a tiled floor.
Here’s how to fit sheet vinyl.
You start with the sub-floor, which should be clean, dry and as
stable and flat as you can make it in order to get a good end result. If
the subfloor’s concrete, use cement mortar to fill any cracks or
holes and allow enough time for it to dry thoroughly before continuing.
Uneven floors can be improved with self-levelling compounds, which are
available from DIY DIY
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