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12 in. x 12 in. Shasta Resilient Vinyl Tile Flooring (30 sq. ft. / case)
  • TrafficMASTER Ceramica
  • Model 53112C
  • Internet # 206597814

12 in. x 12 in. Shasta Resilient Vinyl Tile Flooring (30 sq. ft. / case)

$1.29 /sq. ft.
Covers 30.00 sq. ft.
$38.70 /case

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12 in. x 12 in. Shasta Resilient Vinyl Tile Flooring (30 sq. ft. / case)

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  • Peel and stick application offers ease of installation
  • Can install with or without grout for different looks
  • Easy maintenance

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Choose TrafficMASTER 12 in. x 12 in. Groutable Vinyl Floor Tile for durable, long-lasting style in your active home. The ceramic-like finish features natural textures and realistic details and is warm and quiet underfoot. The groutable rounded edge tiles provide options for your final look. Use with grout for a clean traditional finish. Without grout, the tiles provide a rich, warm and casual setting. This flooring has a self-adhering back for easy, no-glue installation.

  • Shasta color finish offers a natural texture and realistic details
  • 3 mm thickness x 12 in. width x 12 in. length
  • Appropriate grade for installation: Above grade, On grade and Below grade
  • Can be installed over most existing subfloors
  • Residential and commercial use
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Can be used with or without grout (sold separately)
  • All online orders for this item ship via parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
  • 4 mil wear layer
  • Easy peel and stick installation
  • Refer to the installation guide for detailed instructions

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How do you clean Shasta resilient vinyl tiles

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February 6, 2015
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I just use a damp mop or hands and knees. I have also used a Swiffer wet cleaner.
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I just use a mild soap and water and works great for me.
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November 29, 2013
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I have always used any normal all purpose floor cleaner, or just dish detergeant in warm water. There have been several messes which caused me to use bleach solution to clean up, and it did not adversely affect this flooring in any way.
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October 15, 2013
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I wipe them down with a simple vinegar and water solution.
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September 8, 2013
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I have steamed them with a Shark, I have used my carpet and hard surface Bissell on them, I sprayed them with Method all purpose cleaner and Swiffered them, I hvaen't found a way to hurt them yet. They haven't come loose or anything. I wouldn't bleach them, I haven't tried but I don't think I will.
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August 15, 2013
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Luke warm water and mild detergent does it fine.
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July 26, 2013
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You can use any kind of cleaner. From Goo Gone for sticky messes to a light mix of Pine Sol and water. Just use a bare floor vacuum, and be conscious if you don't grout the joints, about excessive amounts of water. It will get in between the tiles and ruin the adhesive bond between the floor and subfloor.
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July 12, 2013
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Using a Swifter Cleaner either wet or dry works well as the material is very resilient.
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July 10, 2013
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I use the the wet jet and the liquid for wood floors right now but just bought cleaner for regular floors or tile. I also just use the swifter wet clothes that are already wet. You don't have to use anything special and I did not grout this tile. Looks great I love it.
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Can this be placed directly over vinyl flooring with no prep to the floor

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February 6, 2015
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The floor must be clean and free of any defects. if there are any tears in the vinyl- they must be repaired. The directions are on the carton.
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April 29, 2014
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In a word, no. This is a self-adhesive product and will stick to whatever you place it on. If you place it on dirty vinyl, it adheres to the dirt, not the vinyl. If you place it on loose vinyl, it is no better than the loose vinyl. Clean, clean, clean the floor and remove any loose vinyl and patch with an acceptable product. I used SimplePrep Premixed Floor Patch (make sure you are level), then painted Read More
In a word, no. This is a self-adhesive product and will stick to whatever you place it on. If you place it on dirty vinyl, it adheres to the dirt, not the vinyl. If you place it on loose vinyl, it is no better than the loose vinyl. Clean, clean, clean the floor and remove any loose vinyl and patch with an acceptable product. I used SimplePrep Premixed Floor Patch (make sure you are level), then painted on LevelQuick Latex Primer. The Floor Patch was too porous for the tiles to adhere, but the Primer filled the pores and the tiles adhered nicely. I would recommend that you use the grout method as this helps the integrity of the adhesion. If you do grout, follow all of the other recommendations for cleaning thoroughly as you go. Read Less
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Yes, we just cleaned and lightly sanded our lineoleum to insure a good bite and havent' had any problems.
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November 29, 2013
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I did so, with mine, over a decade ago, and it still looks awesome!
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September 10, 2013
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No. At least I wouldn't. You need to pull up the old floor, clean, patch if necessary, and put down a primer/sealer. If your floor is old (from the 50's or 60's or earlier), it's probably linoleum that contains asbestos. If so, DON'T pull it up. Use non stick vinyl tile with a mastic and notched trowel over the flooring.
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Greenville, SC, USA
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August 30, 2013
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Yes, you can lay this over vinyl flooring. You just have to clean the floor very well and make sure the floor is nice and flat. (sand down any unlevel places)
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Yes, all is needed is for the floor to be clean no special preparation is needed.
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If the vinyl flooring is still intact (meaning no bubbles, rips, gauges, or other damage) and if it is not a stain resistant material then yes. How ever it is always recommended to start from a clean surface. The vinyl may cause a problem with the adhesion of the glue to the surface. It's recommended to do a small test area first. And remember to thoroughly clean the surface these would be adhered to.
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How thick is this tile? Need to know how much space I need under the door to hang the doors.

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February 6, 2015
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This is just a guestimate because I do not have a tile with me but I would say around 3/32"- 1/8".
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Is only about 1/8 of an inch but it also need a solid sub base 1/4 in luan on a good floor so i would allow 1/2 inch extra under doors.
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April 29, 2014
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0.12 inches.
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March 23, 2014
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Tile gauge is .120.
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I didn't think to measure thickness prior to installatin but we installed over existing linoleum. I can't believe it's more than an 1/8" thick? We did not make any adjustments to doors or appliances at all and have had no issues with such either.
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It's 3 mm or 1/8 inch thick.
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The tile is only .12 inches/3.0 mm; very thin.
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when using grout does it have to be sanded or non sanded and what joint size do you recommend

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I recommend the pre-mixed grout.
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We used 1/8th spacers.
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we used the pre mixed grout and regular ceramic tile spacers.
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My preference is very tight joints without using grout. but when using grout leave a joint about 1/8 inch. you should only use the premixed grout . this contains adhesives that bond well to the tile. make sure you clean up right away and do a small area at a time. the grout will be hard to clean up if left too long. the type of grout you mix yourself is not recommended on this tile because it will be Read More
My preference is very tight joints without using grout. but when using grout leave a joint about 1/8 inch. you should only use the premixed grout . this contains adhesives that bond well to the tile. make sure you clean up right away and do a small area at a time. the grout will be hard to clean up if left too long. the type of grout you mix yourself is not recommended on this tile because it will be very thin and will crack. Read Less
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We used the brand recommend called Simple Grout Premixed. No where on the label does it state whether the product is sanded or not but does have a fine gritty feel to it. If joint means spacers..I think they suggest 1/8" spacers but my contractor wanted to use 3/16" so we did.
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My personal preference would be 1/8 inch grout lines filled with acrylic non-sanded grout. Usually, sanded grout is only needed for joint lines larger than 1/8 inch.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 120 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Satisfied I installed this in two bathrooms. Used a primer recommended by the Home Depot staff.. I used a 1/4 grout line with the pre-mixed grout to finish the floor. I also cut 3 1/2 pieces to make a base board. The tile doesn't stick to textured walls so I used a very thin layer of glues as well for this. The finished product looks great and the floor is much warmer than ceramic tile. The tile did not cut as easily as other reviews indicated. I used a fine tooth saber saw to make my cuts and a little sandpaper to knock off excess vinyl. The tile did not chip. May 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Couldn't be happier I liked the way these looked on display in the store, and they look even better installed. Went with the grout and spaced them 1/4" (rather than the instructed 1/8") and the result was beautiful. A buddy and I were able to lay ~160 sq ft in the morning and did the grout after lunch. Can't do that with ceramic tile. Easy to cut and work with. I know another person that has had this installed for over a year and so far is holding up quite well to their multiple dogs. The scratch resistance seems much better than I even expected. Definitely a high quality product - the groutable vinyl tile at L:owes isn't even in the same ballpark as this stuff. May 8, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect solution This tile replaced the pet damaged carpet in my master bedroom. It was simple enough to install and looks amazing grouted. My husband, who hates to do this kind of stuff, and I did it ourselves but next time I will inlist some help with the grouting only because of my physical limitations. I want to do my whole house in this type of tile. Maybe different colors in different areas. It is easier to keep clean than the wood laminate in the rest of the house. I've had friends insist it was ceramic until they knelt down and touched it. I will absolutely finish my bathroom with this same tile to complete our mastersuite. Once the baseboards are installed, it will be awesome! August 27, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Reusable tiles Congrats on making a self stick vinyl tile that you can finally take with you when you move this stuff is a lot different then 5 years ago not sure if home depot made them change glue for greener or just to cheapen the product or they did this all on their own but if you plan to buy traffic master buy glue because tiles don't even stick to themselves I remember when the paper was hard to get off the back but now some tiles are separated from backing out of the box and yes I tried different lot numbers to check same result please read and change product or you lost a customer for life February 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Actually nicer than I first thought I bought this to do a rental unit bathroom as well as kitchen floor. I opted not to use grout. I'm not sure if this is actually rated for bathroom use, but I used vinyl adhesive to ensure better adhesion to the subfloor. I bought a few extras just in case they separated from the subfloor. The floor feels real nice to walk on and is a quick, cheap alternative to tile or other materials. Cleans up nicely. I got floor adhesive on them and they cleaned up quickly without marking. Cutting around obstacles was fairly easy, i just used cardboard templates so i wouldn't unnecessarily ruin the tiles. Will use again next project July 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product I installed this in the bathroom and kitchen of a rental property and it looks fantastic, easy to install and looks like real tile when grouted. April 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Floor, easy to install! I installed this flooring in 2 of our upstairs bathrooms over the existing ugly ivory vinyl flooring. I used spacers and the pre-mixed grout in the color "earth"! I think it looks fantastic, like real tile, but not cold like real tile! Best of all, I did it all myself, and I have never installed flooring with grout before! The most difficult part was cutting it, only because it took strength to push down hard enough to score it with the knife. In general it only took a few days to complete each floor! The best part is that you can't see the dirt/hair on the bathroom floor anymore! LOL! October 12, 2011
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Love the tile and the look - grout is not holding up and I think it is the adhesive This product was much easier to install than tile and looks real. I love that it not cold like tile either. After a year of being installed in a bathroom I have noticed a number of hairline cracks in the premixed grout we used in earth tone like others have used. At first I thought it might be the grout but I'm honestly not sure. There is one area by the heating vent that is coming up but it is not an even place to lay the tile. The other thought was that I did not remove the baseboards and put the tile up against the wall and filled any minor gaps with grout. Maybe that was a mistake? I did use silicone to fill any gaps in front of the shower. I'm thinking maybe I should have used silicone all around the perimeter of the floors. Does anyone know why what to do to remedy this? I was planning to do the kids bath next but want to wait until this is fixed before proceeding. It would be a huge pain to take it up and do it all over. December 6, 2014
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