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OK, so I'm going to tile my kitchen floor using large tiles. I've lifted the old tiles and at the moment the floor has VERY well stuck down vinyl tiles. These were stuck onto VERY well stuck down vinyl tiles!!! There are also some areas that have no tiles on at all.

Now, I tried to get them up and they are a PAIN. Those I did manage, left half the foam and adhesive on the floor. The floor itself is pretty flat, apart from the odd few areas, but as I'm using huge tiles I want to use SLC. Are 60x60 tile very unforgiving?

MUST the vinyl tile come up in order to use SLC? (I hope they don't) If so, can I SLC over the old bits of foam and adhesive?
 
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