But is at my own risk because the contact cement may eat the white flooring? Or is it because it is dangerous to me?
This manufacturer usually recommends contact cement with their wood flooring. I checked their wood flooring packaging to see if after recommending contact cement for installation, they said to proceed at your own risk, but nope, they did not have similar language.
But the instructions for the green tile sheet (which is by a different manufacturer, but seems to be similar to the white tile floor sheet) recommend contact cement for application. So I used contact cement to put it up (and probably way too much because it still smells), and now I am anxiously waiting to see if my "tile work" will be eaten by the contact cement. (Of course, I should have tested it on a small sample.)
I asked my tabby to check in, but he's gotten a bit bored with this task and has started cleaning himself.
My tabby is from Annie Willis of Fine Designs. I first saw one of her cats on A Beautiful World and then I saw her ad in the Dolls House Magazine and I contacted her directly requesting an orange cat (because my first cat was an orange male cat - such a sweetheart).
I love him. I love his little tongue sticking out. I always love when cats are in the middle of their fur cleaning and they all of a sudden look up and their tongue is still sticking out.
Anyway, I hope my green tile is safe!