Oct 24, 2023 8:55 am
Doing a budget reno of the kitchen before eventually (couple of years from now) doing a full kitchen reno.
The kitchen area is tiled, but tiles are cracked and grout is a little flaky in some spots.
I'm wondering what would be the best approach to level out these cracks/grout lines prior to placing down vinyl, at this point was just thinking a vinyl roll (~1.2mm thick).
I've looked at levelling compounds but not sure how messy / runny the liquid would be as I want to avoid it dropping flowing off the lip of the kitchen and onto the wood of the dining area. The tiles are level already just the grout and cracks need to be levelled. Any suggestions or other products out there that I should look at?
Re: Need advice - vinyl over kitchen tiles3
Oct 24, 2023 1:20 pm
Levelling compound Ardit is the best but buy a bag of sand and make sand dam to protect your wood floor
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