Armstrong Flooring Repair Inset for Full-Spread Fiberglass Residential Sheet

  1. Cut a piece of matching material slightly larger than the damaged area.
  2. Place repair piece over the damaged area and fasten with double-faced tape. If the material has a pattern, be sure the pattern is aligned correctly.
  3. Double-cut through both the repair piece and the damaged floor using a utility knife and a straightedge or square.
  4. Remove the repair piece from the double-faced tape and cut the damaged area in the center. Work to the edges to remove.
  5. Carefully scrape adhesive from the substrate.
  6. Apply S-761 Seam Adhesive around the perimeter of the opening.
  7. Apply adhesive to the back of the repair piece and put it in place. Roll with a hand roller and clean any adhesive that might be on the surface.
  8. Protect repaired area until seam treatments have dried.
Updated on September 16, 2022