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Vinyl sheet flooring should be glued down in high traffic areas that will have rolling wheels such as wheelchair, office chairs or any heavy items on rollers as the vinyl can easily be stretched and easily torn if something catches on it. Speaking from experience:) Worst culprit in kitchen is when you have to move a refrigerator, range, dishwasher and feet ...
Just the top layer of vinyl. You could remove more if you need to match floor height on adjacent rooms.
Use clear silicone caulk, super strong as an adhesive when cured and waterproof.
I ended up speaking with a pool leak detection company, and they answered this question for me. Basically, yes you can over tighten the screws, but not if you're careful. Their suggestion was to always hand-tighten the screws until they are "wrist tight" (as noted in the comments above, formal measurements are not available). The screws should be good and ...
Your options are pretty much infinite. I'd favor gypcrete to raise, level and provide a nice base, then tile. Nothing to rot when the next leak happens (it's a bathroom, there will always be a next leak.) I'd also put radiant floor heat tubing in place in the gypcrete pour, and if there's enough room for sleepers (now), XPS [extruded polystyrene] insulation ...
Visit your local tool rental store. They will have something that will make this much easier. There is pneumatic scrapers and concrete grinders For the hardwood laminate you dont not need to even remove the old tile but to lay ceramic tile you should
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