Take a paint knife and remove the fringe from the basics of linoleumand (if the gap is uneven). Carefully pry up the linoleum in the place of the tear and apply a thin brush PVA glue or a more durable polyurethane adhesive onto the substrate and onto the floor. Wait 10 minutes, then glue the linoleum, pulling the edges tight.
If you have wooden floors, fix the Foundation in thin nails. If you have concrete floors – lock it with thin double-sided tape. The tape also needed to protect the linoleum from excess glue. After 2-3 days, carefully remove the tape, remove the traces of Scotch and traces of glue.
Use other options to restore coverage. Take a piece of the same linoleum (for example, remaining after the repair). If the linoleum with a complex pattern, cut a piece to after the works were not noticeable differences in the pattern. Apply the patch overlap (layer on layer). A knife for cutting linoleum (or other sharp knife) carefully cut through both layers.
Lift the patch, but do not remove it. Carefully remove the damaged bottom piece and then place the patch. Use the glue Werner Muller ("cold welding"), which dissolves the edges of the canvas to place the bonding is almost not noticeable.
If you're a fan of non-standard solutions, take a few small strips of linoleumand assorted colors (even from the waste from a hardware store), and stick in the form of applications all over the floor in this room, starting of course with the break.
If you cannot solve this problem and change the whole coating does not wish, call the experts that will help you to glue or linoleum, or make the joints with a special cord, or paste application.