Hi, I’m planning on tiling our bathroom this weekend and last night I ripped up the linoleum. Most of it came up, but in some spots it seems that the lino separated from the adhesive & backing so that when I pulled it up, the backing (which looks like construction paper) and the adhesive underneath it stayed on the floor. Do I really need to pull this stuff up?? I’m thinking that it’s down there pretty good so why screw with it. Otherwise the floor is pretty uniform and level. (I did see a can of adhesive remover in the hardware store this morning which prompted my question). The tile is 6×6 and thicker than normal, if that has any bearing on your response. THanks!!
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