I want to put in some of the new laminate flooring material in my kitchen. The type I am looking at is a “snap” together and doesn’t require glue. The instructions indicate that 100% silicone caulk should be used around the perimeter to keep water from getting under the floor. My concern is, should I actually glue the pieces together to prevent any spills seeping through the cracks of the floor. Any recommendations? Any help is appreciated. Thanks. Mac
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