Ethel Mott

The linoleum on my kitchen floor was laid over existing tiles. It is as beautiful today as it was when put down about 20 years ago. However, during the winter months when the basement gets cold, there is one section where the glue has evidently deteriorated and it buckles. No problem in warm/hot weather. I’m a 77 yr. old female and have wallpapered, painted, cemented, etc. for 40 years. “I think” if I can find a cartridge of glue with a small needle head, I could insert it in a rather inconspicuous area and shoot glue in and from the surface move the glue where needed. I don’t have finances to have it removed and repasted; it’s only an area of a few inches wide and about 3 ft. long anyway. Should I forget it? – Thanks