I'm going to be installing some vinyl plank flooring, and it happens to be exactly the same thickness as the wood planks I'll be removing. It would really convenient if I could just slide it under the baseboards without removing the baseboards from the wall.
I found some instructions here that explain how to do exactly what I want. The key is that, instead of a traditional pull bar, you use an adhesive tool that sticks to the top of the plank while you tap it into place. That way you don't have to fit a pull bar under the baseboards.
It seems to me that the planks would end up being pushed against the wall on two sides of the room as new planks are tapped into place. Do you have any suggestions for maintaining a gap on all sides of the floor?
Have any of you tried this technique? How did it go?