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Mix a batch of skim coat to smooth out the underlayment. Combine the mix with water in a bucket, and mix until smooth.
Apply the skim coat to the underlayment with a flat trowel, creating a thin layer.
After 15 minutes, when the skim coat is dry, use a putty knife to scrape off any high spots.
Mark the center of the room with a chalk line so the flooring lines up evenly around the room.
Mix up the PVC tile adhesive according to the directions. This is powerful stuff, so protect yourself and be careful when mixing.
Apply the adhesive to the floor with a special trowel, provided by the flooring company.
Place the tiles on the floor, and push gently. If any adhesive seems up through the seams, quickly wipe it away with a soft cloth.
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