Peel and Stick Tile Strikes Again!

$50
4 Hours
Easy

Not for the first time, I've relied on peel and stick tile to give my house a face lift without having to fork over bundles of money for an actual renovation!
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Dated 1980s linoleum didn't stand a chance against this innovative product! I'm officially in love with peel and stick tile!
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Supplies you will need: strong scissors, a tape measure, ruler, and a pencil to mark your cut lines on the back of your stickers. That's it!
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Just make sure you clean the linoleum underneath very thoroughly before applying, and then lay your new floor directly on top of it!
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For only about $50 and one afternoon, I was able to transform my 1980's floor into something both updated and beautiful.
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2 questions
  • Bar4555817
    on Feb 13, 2016

    How do you put the tiles around the toilet? Your steps for doing it. Thanks

    • Renee Labrenz
      on Nov 4, 2016

      We shut off the water to the toilet, then removed the toilet. Then made a paper template, arranged the tiles and drew around the template. Then cut the tiles with heavy scissors, applied them to the floor and repositioned the toilet.

  • Janet Pendleton
    on May 30, 2017

    What brand of tile did you use?

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