So I started to pull out the front benches on the Trillium
Jubilee that I mentioned in my first post on this forum yesterday.
I'd already pulled out laminate engineered flooring. Noe there is Vinyl sheet flooring and under that, underlayment ply ( the stuff with the little Xs on ). Then underneath that many and varied scraps of plywood. Different thicknesses and with gaps between and voids between layers, on my god I can'r believe that somebody would do a reno and use up all of their junk.
I finally got down to the fibreglass and the shreds of the original 3/4" ply floor that it had been bonded to. The floor had obviously been rotted out and removed, as far as possible. The parts of it that were under the kitchen and cabinet opposite the kitchen were still sound and had been left in.
My question now is, how do I bond the new 3/4" ply, that I need to put in, to the fibreglass floor. The redundant bolts that held the original floor to the frame members, that are seen in these photos, I can cut out and replace and tighten to suck the ply down to the fibreglass. But will a gun type construction adhesive such as PL or Titebond compensate for the irregular surface under the ply, will it bond to the fibreglass ?
Thanks for any help available,
ps I think that I have attached the photos but I can't see them in the post and can see no further option to do more with these JPG files. This is a little uncertain method of attaching as far as I can see so far !