Originally Posted by cameront120
I think the problem is that you glued down only the perimeter. Normally, the product is glued down with contact cement over it's entire area.
<snip>I suspect that vapour is escaping from the wood or is transferring through the wood or at the seams and causing the bubbles (temperature difference between inside and out may be playing a part in this).
Cameron is probably right...
We have installed Marmoleum in both of our trailers totally glued down without any problems. One we just had our '56 Safari done this winter and our '64 GlobeTrotter has been down for over 8 years.
Sorry that you have had this problem...it really is a terrific product, but it should be 100% adhered as it is dynamic with humidity. I think, at this point, I would cut along the base of the cabinets then re-install that piece with 100% coverage on the glue rather than just spot adhere with a syringe - I would think that would only transfer the bubbles to somewhere else.
Good luck on your fix.