Prepping A Floor For Tile. Do the same along the opposite side of the floor. Scrape up as much adhesive as possible keeping the blade sharp with a sharpening stone as you go.
Caulk the sill sealer to the floor with siliconized acrylic caulk. Measure one side of the floor find the middle and mark it with a pencil. If the adhesive is hard and brittle use a chopping motion to break it up.
Fill seams in the subfloor with caulk.
If the subflooring is in decent shape the tile can be laid on top with a little sanding. Remove the old linoleum floor with a pry bar hammer and utility knife. When planning the floor remember to leave a 14-inch space around the perimeter for the tile floor to expand and contract. Ad Stone Touch is your complete source for floor care maintenance and restoration.