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Installing tile over hardwood without destroying it?

I’m planning on installing ceramic tile in the kitchen/hallway/bathroom, over the hardwood floor that’s currently there. I don’t really want to use thinset or anything on the wood so as to bit destroy it incase anyone wants to remove the tile in the future. Would using cement backboard without thinset be sufficient or is there another option?

This is my primary residence but will become a rental in the next few years. I don’t really ever see me selling the house and plan to keep the hardwood in the rest of the house.



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