Hello all. I'm currently working maintenance at a goverment housing complex and Ive recently been flooded at work with removing carpet and installing VCT down in apartments. Now most of the time this isnt a problem, Ive always kind of enjoyed working with VCT but the last apartment I did I had a huge problem that turned into a big mess (thanks to the boss hurrying the job up so a new tenant can move in). My usual process is spread the glue (Roberts 2057) down the day before and come back in the morning and start laying, problem is the glue even after sitting from 12:00 pm one day to 9:00 am the next morning wasnt set up properly which Ive never really encountered before. Its summer time so the apartments are a bit humid inside so I'm wondering if thats the problem. So question is, any tips on insuring this stuff is set up by morning? Run the a/c? Run the furnace? Use fans all night? Dehumidifier? I need it to be ready the next day to appease the boss. Ive used fans before to speed things up but the "head maintenance" goon doesnt want fans running all night in a empty apartment, which I kind of understand. Anyway any tips would be greatly appreciated. This is my first post so hopefully its in the right place, and hope everyone has a great weekend, Thanks!