Hi Everyone, this is my first time posting but I've been using the site a lot lately. It's been an amazing resource so far and I keep coming up with new ideas.
I recently got a good deal on a 1975 Hunter Compact 2 and starting my renovation
. One of my first projects is ripping out the carpet but now I've run into linoleum. I've read a couple threads here dealing with the issue and it definitely seems case by case. Thought I might as well try to see if someone might have an answer that's definitive to my particular camper. I want to tear the linoleum up then sand the floor and glue down cork tiling (kudos to Jim Bennett for all the info! http://www.fiberglassrv.com/forums/f...ing-58623.html
) Should I worry about this? Anyone have a hunter and had to deal with asbestos glue? I've attached photos of the linoleum incase it might help. Also, tempted to spend the $45 to get the glue tested for asbestos. Any thoughts appreciated.
If all else fails I'll leave it in and cover it with a layer of wood before the floor goes in. But it would be amazing to tear that 42 year old linoleum out.