Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 7
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JRS A Fantastic Floor
Prep was minimal (had a small area to level and a few cracks to fill) Used both 12x12 and 24x24 tiles.This floor looks great in my garage and was a lot less work than getting a dirty, cracked floor ready for paint. Garage is clean all it takes is a damp mop. Very strong floor
August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kawoosh Not so easy to install, but look great!
Just be aware, these tiles are EXTREMELY difficult to cut. They don't score and snap like other vinyl tiles. I asked in the Q & A how to cut them, and the respondent, for whatever reason, assumed I had tried to cut them with a "craft knife" (maybe because that's what is shown in the instructions). No, I had a big honkin' Stanley Fatmax utility knife and it literally didn't even make a dent (which is sort of a good thing - I think it would probably take some effort to actually damage a floor covered with this stuff). I even took one poor tile, mangled by a saw blade (which, by the way, was history in about 3 seconds) back to Home Depot, and the guys in the flooring department couldn't cut it with their presumably sharp linoleum knives, either. I ended up buying a sheet metal cutter, which cuts them pretty easily if you don't mind hand cramps and excruciating blisters. If you are laying whole tiles, only, though, installing them is super-easy. Someone asked if water would cause them to lift (they got a bad answer, too). Seriously, these boogers stick so well that I think if they had used them on the Titanic they'd still be stuck to it. I live in Maine, which in winter means salt, sand, mud and water being tracked into the house. I purchased them to use at my kitchen door, because I just laid a new kitchen floor (Trafficmaster Ceramica - easy peasy) and I didn't want all that gunk on my new tiles. Overall, I am very pleased with the result, but I think if I use them again in an area where a lot of tiles need to be cut and fitted, I will have someone else install it.
August 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GMan Best Peel and Stick Tile Made
This tile is some of the best, if not the best on the market. I have this tile in my garage and have four Harleys stationed on it. Very durable and eye-pleasing. I also just returned from a major bike show in Maryland yesterday and used the tile as part of my display. I won 1st place with both bikes and have to attribute some of the credit to the excellent look of the flooring. Had people constantly asking what the product was and where they could purchase it. Overall, an excellent floor tile.
February 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by nedward23417 Good Purchase
These were easy to install and seem to last. Wish they weren't textured.
February 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PontiacGuy Just about the best floor possible.
Floor went down easy and looks great.
Not as inexpensive as epoxy paint, but far superior durability (no hot tire pickup).
Much better than interlocking floors that sit up off the concrete, if you plan on actually working on your vehicles.
Trim pieces and garage door seal/transition strip really save material (no small pieces to cut) and add a professionally finished look.
Home Depot black plastic cove base really finished it off nicely.
September 29, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CarFreak Hot Tire Pick-up Preventer
I bought a box of these tiles not to re-do my garage floor but to protect my freshly painted floor from hot tire pick-up. My original 35 year-old floor had been assaulted by winter salt run-off from the cars, and repainted once with an oil based paint. That surface was short-lived and no match to the adhesion that occurs when a recently driven ("hot") tire sits for a period of time on the painted floor surface. An epoxy-enamel paint system would've been ideal to remedy this malady but the materials cost to treat my two-stall garage would've been $800+, notwithstanding the extensive prep that would've been necessary. I compromised with a scraping and scrubbing of the floor, followed with a fresh application of a Sherwin Williams Urethane Alkyd Enamel-based paint (touted to be tougher than standard fare oil-based floor paints). Three gallons ran close to $140 but the extensive color choices were a definite plus. The paint was, however, not impervious to hot tires. Since the pick-up occurs only when the tire has time to sit and cool, it occurred to me that I should somehow protect those spots specifically. In my search for adhesive tile options, I found the Raceday product. One box of tiles addressed my two stalls readily, with two tiles up front for each of four tires, and three tiles out back for each of four tires, for a total of 20 in the box. They're clean looking and subtle against my dark green floor surface. As for the hot tire pick up - so far, so good.
June 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MrHandy Best purchase ever
Easy to install- really sets off the garage floor.
July 22, 2014