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How To Replace A Patch Of Lino

Lino flooring with burn marks, holes or general wear can be patched instead of new flooring being laid.

How To Replace A Patch Of Lino

Buy a sample piece, making sure it shows any repeat patterns, or find a hidden spot in the pantry or under appliances where a piece of flooring can be cut without being noticed.

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Step 1. Cut damaged area
Step 1. Cut damaged area
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Cut around the damaged area and loosen the adhesive in one corner with a hairdryer.

Using a utility knife, cut the replacement piece to roughly match with a 15mm overlap.

 
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