I’ve got a bamboo floor going down over a concrete slab. The manufacturer says it’s ok to glue it directly to the slab but since it’s going to be a restaurant I rather be safe than sorry. A few months ago I think it was Greg ???? who posted pix and details on how to apply ply over concrete. Anyone else who can help is welcome. If memory serves, he spread some sort of mastic, apllied vapor barrier, and then attached the ply with either screws or nails. I remember the driver he had was wrapped up and duct taped for some reason. I’ve done plenty of hardwood, and last month installed the same bamboo floor in a residence(the architect for the restaurant), this stuff is great. I also get to trim and construct the bar with it and glass block, it’s going to be a Cuban place. Any help would be great otherwise on the slab it goes. Thanks.
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