Can you lay vinyl flooring on top of old vinyl?

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I RENT AND I HAVE A SMALL AREA I WOULD LIKE TO COVER
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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on May 29, 2017
    As long as the old tile is even and clean.

  • William William on May 29, 2017
    No problem. Great solution for renters!

  • Thomas Marts Thomas Marts on May 29, 2017
    I've installed vinyl flooring, Ceramic tile and all kinds of wood flooring over old vinyl flooring with great success. I used a vapor barrier called "Aqua-Ban".
    first You put the barrier down with a thin coat of vinyl adhesive and the go over it with what ever flooring you like. The Aqua-Ban eliminates the old vinyl from transferring any mild defects and joint lines to the new vinyl.

  • Colleen Baugus Colleen Baugus on May 29, 2017
    THANKS THOMAS. ONE OTHER QUESTION WHILE I HAVE YOU HERE. I WAS THINKING ABOUT GETTING THE 12"SQUARE THICK TILES AND PUTTING THEM DOWN. WOULD I DO IT THE SAME WAY. I AM A VERY CREATIVE PERSON. i WAS GOING TO GO TO HABITAT FOR HUMANITY AND PICKING UP EVERY COLOR THEY HAVE. I AM NOT MOVING THE FRIDGE OR STOVE, I WILL WORK AROUND IT MAYBE WITH SMALLER TILES.