Csff CORRECTION to her review, as Home Depot does not allow for editing of info
Grout update: Information I gave is incorrect on certain points, as we learned after my review was written. The grout needed for vinyl tiles is made specifically for vinyl tiles, and says that on the label; regular grout won’t work. Home Depot doesn’t sell vinyl grout, in store or online, so we had to get it at Lowe’s, Blue Hawk brand. (HD people tried to point us to things they did sell, hence the initial confusion.). The result is highly flexible, even when the floor beneath the tiles flexes
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it all holds together beautifully. The grout bonds directly to vinyl, so if you are laying tiles over a vinyl floor there is no reason to prep the surface, and if it doesn’t come in the color you want, colorants are sold that can be applied to it later.
Wanted to make sure that got posted here so no one bought the wrong stuff.
Guests who have commented on the new floor all thought the tiles were stone or ceramic. It’s wearing beautifully and looks much more expensive than it was.
Turns out there are 2mm tiles that are officially “groutable”, the only difference being that the edges are rounded to look like ceramic. If you don’t care about that aesthetically, there’s no practical reason these tiles can’t be grouted.