Bubble in rubber floor

Andy

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Unless that is some really thin flooring those small bubbles wouldn't be from an adhesion issue. They look more like blisters caused by some cleaner that had been used on it. If it is a laminated type flooring, the top layer is starting to come loose from the bottom.
 

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Unless that is some really thin flooring those small bubbles wouldn't be from an adhesion issue. They look more like blisters caused by some cleaner that had been used on it. If it is a laminated type flooring, the top layer is starting to come loose from the bottom.


That's possible, 99% of the bubbles are in one area
 
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