Can I apply self stick tiles to my bathrm floor & keep them sticking

I have those little tiny ceramic tiles & want to update my bathroom but cannot afford a new floor.

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  • Barbara Barbara on Dec 20, 2017
    Are they on a sheet? If this is what you want, you could try a few and see. I put the “wood look” vinyl planks down in my office and they are great. They look like grey weathered wood planks. They are very inexpensive, it cost less than $100 for 10 x 10 room.

  • Ed_32018529 Ed_32018529 on Dec 20, 2017
    Use Gorilla glue to glue them down - this glue works wonders. Let set for 24 hrs without disturbing them, and they will stay fixed.

  • Cindy Cindy on Dec 20, 2017
    We recently put peel-and-stick tiles down on top of linoleum and it looks great. These types of tiles have adequate adhesive on them. You should not have to add adhesive. You could try one in an inconspicuous place to see if you like the results.

  • Leah Leah on Dec 21, 2017
    Buy extras in case one pulls up. Use KrudKutter to degrease and clean floor first. Pros run a heavy roller over.

  • Lyn Scott-Mayer Lyn Scott-Mayer on Dec 21, 2017
    It will turn out to be a mess. Glue from the tiles may not stick, due to the moisture in a bathroom. Stick on tiles are terrible in my experience of removing them from a enclosed porch. Why not clean the tiles ( that small tile is back in fashion) and update your vanity and lighting and paint the walls a current shade of grey. Less is more in a bathroom. It will look fresh.