I just bought a house a couple weeks ago that was built in 1965. I'm remodeling the kitchen by myself and wanted to replace the tile floor. When I pulled it up, I noticed that the original hardwood floors were under the tile. It appears that the current tile floor was installed after removing a previous tile floor, so there's two floors worth of remnants on the hardwood. I'm wanting to install a laminate floor over the hardwood, but I don't know how to proceed because all the stuff that was left behind after removing the tile. I have attached a couple pictures for everyone to see. I can still get up some of it with a lot of work, but I don't know if every bit will come up OR if that's totally necessary. Is there something I can do, like pouring a self-leveling cement over the floor to create a new, level surface? The original hardwood has been restored in the rest of the house, so I'm not that concerned with not saving it in the kitchen. Here are the current photos: https://ibb.co/eGmYfR https://ibb.co/dSPm0R I'm trying to do this on a small budget and do everything myself, so I need some creativity!