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Re: old linoleum

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Aimee LaLonde (lalonde.11)
Thu, 20 Nov 1997 12:54:55 -0500

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>I haven't tried it, but a teacher I work with says it works to iron the back
of the lino before cutting it to soften the tile for easier cutting.
Perhaps
a zap in the microwave might work.

Judie J

In my experience, an iron does help to soften old linoleum. Of course,
it is still not as cutable as fresh linoleum. DO NOT STICK LINOLEUM IN
THE MICROWAVE by itself--this will lead to your microwave breaking. If
you have to use a microwave, put the lino in the microwave with a glass
of water--this will ensure no damage will be done to your microwave.
(This is also a good tip for warming socks up in the microwave.)

-Aimee LaLonde


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