Installing Your Peel-and-Stick Vinyl Tile Floor

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Kysie Wood says:

I used just the sticky backing on the vinyl tiles as a entry way on my hardwood floor & it worked perfectly without applying any extra glue!

Tyler Baker says:

very very helpful video

Michael Merritt says:

If only this video was louder

idc20627 says:

THIS VIDEO SAVED MY LIFE LOLOLOLOLOLOL THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Maryem Faleh says:

Is this easy to remove as well? I live in a rental home

lw216316 says:

This starting in the middle of the room and using a chalk line has me bumfuzzled.
Starting in a corner along the longest wall is the advice I’ve gotten so far.
What do you think?

Tea drinking crumpet munching British chap says:

Please, for the love of God!  If you plan on installing these sticky tiles, please remove them and leave the floor in a decent condition if you even move home.

I moved into a place that had self adhesive, and after a couple of years they needed to be replaced, and remove these things is fucking hell!

Sean Twomey says:

I have peel and stick tile and am in the process of removing that garbage. I will never willingly use peel and stick again, ever! Its lifting up all over the place!

Jim Oliver says:

TAKE NOTE  !! I was told to use a primer “first” or the tiles would “peel up” after time. Research it, before you follow this video.

Phallic Rod says:

Holy fucking shit I can’t believe how helpful and concise this is. Thank you!

Vicki Robb says:

Anyone know if the peel and stick adheres to Durrock well? When I had my wood floor in my bathroom replaced [ it was rotting and was like walking on cushions ] the guy put durrock on it to make it sturdier. Thanks!

Matt FitzGerald says:

What color tile is that and where can i buy it?

Hellsconsort says:

Helpful. Thank you.

raymond bailey says:

i have done my bedroom,hallway and living room with vinyl looks lovely with a few rugs.

etil hcir says:

NOPE ! FUCK THAT IM CALLING A CARPENTER.

Hazal Beytut says:

Hi, can you remove this again from the floor without big damage ( i live in a rented apartment and i am not allowed to make permanent changes) ? thanks (:

thesby tolbert says:

another thing is that tile ceramic or rubber?

Alyssa says:

Can anyone tell me if I can do this on wood floor? Like, not nice hardwood but the wood that makes the base of the second story of a house?

Jose Ayestas says:

Very helpfully, thx!

studisme says:

What’s with the voice?!

D Frost says:

Thank you, A great video with easy to follow instruction..

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Lilly and Gavin Show says:

step one clean flooring with denatured alcohol

thesby tolbert says:

now that’s what i like! this type of floor is quicker and is less expensive. i could do the flooring myself with hiring a contractor!

Donna Frazier says:

Thanks for posting these instructions. I plan to do this under my kitchen sink. Do I need to star in the center or at the edge?

Semperhigh says:

Thanks!

Wong Fu says:

very informative thank you

Dahmane Thabet says:

thanks for the video, its very helpful

liquidblue says:

I DIDNT SEE YOU PUT DOWN EXTRA GLUE , HOMEDEPOT TOLD MY HUSBAND AND I TOO BUY EXTRA GLUE COMPOUND BEFORE LAYING STICKY TILE . I’M GETTING OF DIFFERENT WAYS PEOPLE DO THIS AND OTHER THINGS ALSO . I GUESS THERE IS NO ONE WAY TO DO IT PROPERLY . OR MAYBE THEY WERE JUST TRYING TO GET US SPEND OUR MOPNEY , MONEY , MONEY MONEY . . DONT CARE ABOUT THE CUSTOMER . 

Ketchme17 says:

I don’t understand how to trace around these odd areas. We have molding around our door frame but no floor molding so getting around that door molding is going to be difficult.

bmo says:

Good vid but no mention of surface preparation.

LY WRIGHT says:

Great instructions! Thanks!

Angie Crego says:

Can I remove it cleanly?I wouldn’t be using grout. I’m renting.

ashleyk2002uk says:

You might get to the middle and find you have to cut and fit to the size. Its better to do that at the edge than in the centre and thats why its best to start at the centre and work outwards.

LoveTeeC3 says:

LOL, I would if I could! But seriously, the first thing to do is get rid of the fear, plan and dive right in. When I hesitate before projects I’m always amazed at how well they come out anyway. There is also a really great trick for making a template to get your cuts perfect every time; it’s just about foolproof and makes the job much, much faster.

Joe Vincent says:

Very informative, thank you.  FYI. The word Thoroughly is mispelled in your introduction.

inkspray says:

That, and I think you’ll find your walls aren’t exactly parallel to each other. Framing houses isn’t exactly done by master level engineers.

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