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Has anyone used this particular flooring material either in their coach or home?

It has the advantage of being easily removable if you'd have a need (like a water leak) but it's super expensive.

I am not opposed to spending the money if it's the best material for the application.

Designed for basement use or industrial application requiring no underlayment but very nice looking as well.

I know there are any number of other types of vinyl materials. My question is only about this specific material. Anyone have any experience with it?
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never heard of it
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John, is this what you are referring to...http://infinitylwv.com/
They have some photos in the photo gallery of the product installed in RV's.
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Are you talking about LVT (luxury vinyl tile) flooring? This requires no adhesive, and can be taken up and replaced if a plank gets damaged. Karndean is a manufacturer of this among others. We have purchased some for our home, but have not installed it yet. $3.59 a foot.
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Google Place N' Go Flooring
It's available thru Home Depot but not stocked. I ordered a sample. I want something that is NOT wood appearing. This particular material caught my eye. 18.5 x 18.5 square tiles 5/16 inches thick no surface preparation required. Can be lifted up easily as needed. Looking at the shale blue colored material. Like I said I am aware of other vinyl materials really looking for just some one who might have experience with this particular material. I may be the first….


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if you have never worked with large format tiles before, you are in for a treat
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I haven't committed to this as a DIY project just looking for the materials . If it's a BB project it goes without saying its a treat aren't they all? Trying to gather information
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not confined to bluebird- I did a couple coaches, never again. your results will vary
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John,

You might want to walk on a few pieces. The non-stick stuff usually feels/sounds clacky cheap.
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John,

You might want to walk on a few pieces. The non-stick stuff usually feels/sounds clacky cheap.
That's why I am trying to get some one who has experience with this particular material. It has some distinct advantages which appeal to me but I will not buy until I get to feel and touch or talk to some one who has.

Ron if you go to the web sight and see how it's interlocked I'd think (perhaps incorrectly I will admit) that it would be pretty secure.

I've learned not to make decisions without good information and I value the opinions of Ernie and others but I STILL haven't talked to anyone who has used this material. You guys are tipping me away from it (that and the cost) Doesn't cost anything to get the information. Doesn't seem to be a main stay product that's for sure.
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