Removing 1970's kitchen linoleum...Help!!
We're removing a really dirty/disgusting 1970's linoleum floor in a home kitchen remodeling project. We heard older linoleums contain asbestos and we need to be careful pulling it up ourselves. The room is 17' x 9'. Is this really enough to be dangerous? It appears the floor in not tightly glued down and will not be difficult to pull up. We do NOT want to put new flooring on top of this old stuff...it's really gross. Is it unsafe to do ourselves? What precautions do we need to take?
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restoring a 1940's kitchen
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