Use glue on laminate floor joints?
Laminate floors are floating floors and should not be glued to the floor (of course). Whether a tongue-in-groove laminate or a snap lock, it is advisable to use the laminate joint glue in the joints. Many manufacturers specifically require this for warranty for their floors that are being used in a commercial setting. I believe it makes sense even for residential in that it will help keep moisture from spills, etc. from seeping into the joints. I would NOT use the Loctite PL series of glues. These are great Liquid Nails-type construction adhesives, but not a good application for the laminate flooring seams. The bottles of laminate flooring seam glue (Bruce, Pergo, etc.) are inexpensive, easy to apply and clean up as you go, and really go a long way. Good luck.
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u cannot glue laminate flooring .the glue seeps into the boards and expands them,.the flooring underneeth miyt not be level,leave a gap around the walls and cover with beading make sure u use the proper underlay