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    TrafficMASTER   Take Home Sample - Hickory Resilient Vinyl Plank Flooring - 4 in. x 4 in.

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    • Description

      Try a sample of our exclusive TrafficMASTER Allure Resilient Vinyl Flooring. You won't believe its vinyl The highly durable, water-resistant flooring is great for use in basements, kitchens, bathrooms and high-traffic areas. The floating floor installs over most existing surfaces including concrete, wood and vinyl. It offers a patented GripStrip design for simple installation.

      • Luxurious embossing and natural look of wood plank flooring
      • Patented GripStrip design offers easy installation over your old floor with minimal trimming
      • Resists marks, scratches and stains for durability
      • Sample size is 4 in. x 4 in.
      • Sample will ship via UPS and arrive within 7-10 business days
      • For use indoors and in temperature controlled environments only; see installation instructions for more information
      • Vinyl samples are not returnable
    • Specifications
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      Mark Resistant,Scratch Resistant,Skid Resistant,Stain Resistant,Water Resistant
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      Vinyl Flooring Sample
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      Indoor Only
      Installation Type :
      Grip Strip
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    • Reviews

      Ratings & Reviews

      100% of customers recommend this product
      Out of 5:
      • Recent Installation - Happy so far
      • November 29, 2011
      • Recommended Product

      Just installed Allure trafficmaster hickory in 3 bedrooms directly on concrete subfloor. All in all, it is an easy install, but I do have some advice for those considering it. 1) First, make sure your floor is clean of any dust or other debris. After pulling up the carpet, I swept the room several times and then went over it with a vacuum. Even the tiniest particle of dirt, grit will stick to the grip strips and will cause you to have a bump. I don’t think i would recommend mopping the concrete before, even if you allow it to dry i would be afraid of condensation. (i thought about this but did not do it because of the worry about condensation). 2) Secondly, inspect each board carefully and make sure there are no imperfections. Our problem was that due to the way the boxes were handled when we bought them, we had problems in one of the rooms after the floor was laid. What i mean is that home depot strapped some of the boxes on the pallet too tightly and, especially on the end that has the grip strip it kind of bent and caused kind of a crease. The board laid allright, but the “crease” was visible after laying other boards. It’s better to get it right than to have to go back and try to replace (which we had to do in one room) 3)Third, if you see a problem as you lay the boards, go ahead and fix it or replace it then. There is a method to replace boards after installation, but it is not as easy as it looks. 4) As you are laying the floor, periodically walk (or have someone walk) over each section several times to make sure the boards adhere properly. Also, I would let each room “cure” overnight when finished and walk on it as much as possible, before bringing in heavy furniture. I believe this may have been our problem in one room, as we immediately brought in some heavy furniture the same day that we layed the floor, which i believe might have contributed to some boards kicking up on one end. Our only real problem floor was the second one we did (our bedroom) and we ended up having to replace several boards due to the imperfection problem mentioned above in item (2). 5) I have read on some comments on other sites about an odor that was unbearable. There is a slight odor when the floor is first put down. It is not unbearable. The first floor has been down approximately 1 month and the odor is gone. It is kind of a “new” smell, the same as you would have with a linoleum vinyl or even a new carpet smell. 6) This floor will show some shiny scratches if you move hard furniture around on it. I do not believe that this is any worse than a laminate floor though, as i have a family member with a laminate floor that has dents and scratches from a light weight office chair being rolled on the floor. So, in conclusion my review is overall a good looking, fairly easy and fairly inexpensive floor. The big draw for me, aside from the ease of installation and the cost, was the fact that it can be mopped and since it is waterproof would not have any issues with any buckling if you were to get any water on it. The floor looks amazingly like real wood and so far we are happy with it.

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      Tennessee, USA
      45 to 54, Female
      14 out of 14 people found this helpful
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      By: Susie
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