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Vinyl Tile Peel and Stick Instructions


Before applying Peel and Stick tiles make sure to prepare the surface properly.

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Two quick tips to help you install your vinyl flooring. Sometimes when you work on a budget you have to improvise. Don’t forget to let the planks acclimate to the ambient room temperature for at least 4 hours.

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Old damaged asphalt floor must be properly prepared before laying new vinyl peel and stick floor tile.

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Short time-lapse clip of us installing vinyl tiles onto the fresh subfloor. The tiles are a thicker, composite vinyl that has a durable, textured, scratch resistant top-surface. They are also about a quarter-inch thick and look/feel like ceramic tile.
We first put down a fresh sub-floor of 1/4″ plywood and rolled on 2 coats of vinyl tile primer to seal the wood surface.
Total install time for 200 sq ft was a few hours. The key is in carefully laying out the starting point so as to minimize cutting tile around the room perimeter.

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