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Old 01-26-2009, 09:30 PM   #15
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being a floorcovering installer the vct has to have a nice clean leval surface to lay properly as your talking sounds like what you have in mind is the pill and stick vct which in my opinion will not stay down or together for a long period now they have other vct which is a direct glue down which means you have to use glue to put the vct down which in long term if you ever decide to take vct up i can almost promise you that the wood will come up my opion nothing beats a old school shag carpet with some 3/8 6 pound pad.hope this helps.

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