Originally Posted by La Porte Rouge
How did you dry out the flooring? If you didn't use a dehumidifier, then I would strongly suggest getting one and running it for two or three days.
I'm currently at a marina with shore power
and my air conditioners running. They do remove much of the ambient moisture from the air and I've used a small fan on the specific two foot run with the fan aimed at the end grain of the laminates under a seat locker.
Just this morning I poured a cup of ethylene glycol at the source point of the original water run.
After this anti-fungal treatment and drying I'm planning to inject some wood glue and weight the floor down for a term. Presently, there's a bit of a "bubble" with a little movement to the top laminate. ....we'll see.
'and thanks GordMay for the article exposing the decreased adhesion resulting from the ethylene glycol use. I will not be adverse to using some fasteners with bungs for this short run. Fortunately, I'm not dealing with any veneer, but I have a full 3/8" of finished wood over the 1" sub flooring.