Vinyl wood flooring – Sheet vinyl flooring, made to look like wood flooring is a durable, inexpensive and easy to maintain flooring. Cut an X in the middle of the air bubble with a utility knife. Heat the vinyl flooring with a hairdryer. X lifting the edges of the floor care. Sand the exposed subflooring with medium-grit sandpaper and sweeping out debris.
Dry up excess glue with a damp cloth. Sand vinyl wood flooring dried glue with medium-grit sandpaper to remove it from the subfloor. Wipe off excess glue with a damp cloth, put wax paper on top flooring edge and place weight on it. Apply seam sealant to the edges of vinyl sheet flooring. Secure light-tack masking tape on the floor around the damaged area as close as possible to the edge to protect the rest of the flooring.
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Rub a piece of scrap vinyl wood flooring cover vigorously with a coarse file of waxed paper to create fine wood shavings. Mix clear-drying glue to the fine wood shavings and pipes to create a paste. Fill the hole with paste, press it into the hole with a flexible spatula so that it is flush with the existing floor surface. Allow the mixture to dry thoroughly, usually three to four hours.