Peel and Stick Tile Strikes Again!

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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!
Dated 1980s linoleum didn't stand a chance against this innovative product! I'm officially in love with peel and stick tile!
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!
Just make sure you clean the linoleum underneath very thoroughly before applying, and then lay your new floor directly on top of it!
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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Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
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  • Betty Betty on Feb 13, 2016
    How do you put the tiles around the toilet? Your steps for doing it. Thanks

  • Janet Pendleton Janet Pendleton on May 30, 2017
    What brand of tile did you use?

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