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RE: Repairing water damaged floor

A little off topic, but related in a way. I noticed a 2" wide x 10" long x 1/4" tall bubble in the linoleum right in front of the kitchen sink of our 2007 Jayco 23B. I inspected the underside of the floor and could not detect any softness or structural issues of any kind. I don't see any water damage or evidence of a leak under the sink either. So I'm thinking and hoping that it's simply the adhesive loosening up on the linoleum. Anyone else have a similar issue? What was done about it? I'm thinking about just covering it up with a throw rug. Thanks. I have not seen any adhesive under the linoleum that I have removed so far, I also have a ripple like you described near the stove. There is no discoloration there Like I have where the moisture is, so I am assuming the the vinyl flooring has stretched in that area. I'm not sure at this point how much of the flooring I will be replacing, so I may not look under that spot right away.
crossman61 04/29/15 07:11pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Repairing water damaged floor

I did some research today on the Min-Wax product and spoke to a friend that mentioned it as well. it sounds like a good plan. I'm still at the tearing-out stage now. I had planned to work on this in the fall, but health issues interfered. Hopefully I can wrap it up and still get some camping in this summer.
crossman61 04/22/15 06:11pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
Repairing water damaged floor

I recall reading some very detailed threads about repairing a water logged floor in an RV. Now I need to do it in my own, I have quite a mess in and beside the bathroom. I have been having difficulty locating the old threads. I seem to recall information on treating and sealing the affected floor that cannot be removed reasonably. Do any of you recall these methods or offer any further advice?
crossman61 04/21/15 06:58pm Hybrid Travel Trailers
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