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TrafficMASTER

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Store SKU #496719

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5-45/64 in. x 35-45/64 in. x 4 mm Rustic Maple Honeytone Vinyl Plank Flooring (22.66 sq. ft. / case)

$2.19 /sq. ft.
Covers 22.66 sq. ft.
$49.62 /carton
  • Protects against stains, scratches, and scuffs
  • Glueless, easy installation
  • Easy to clean and maintain

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The TrafficMASTER InterLock Rustic Maple Honeytone resilient vinyl plank flooring provides the elegance and feel of real hardwood flooring without the worry. Perfect for any room in the home, TrafficMASTER InterLock vinyl plank flooring is great for kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms or basements. With TrafficMASTER InterLock's simple "click-together" technology and no messy glues required, you can install your vinyl plank flooring today and entertain tonight.

  • Luxurious textured embossing for the look and feel of natural wood
  • Enhanced, urethane wear-layer helps protect against scuffs, scratches and household stains
  • Floating floor installs directly over most existing floors including concrete, wood and vinyl, see installation instructions for more information
  • No special tools, underlayment or glue needed
  • Easy to maintain: Routine sweeping and damp mopping keeps the floor looking its best
  • Helps provide quiet underfoot

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How do I clean this flooring: soap & water, water or special solution?

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Grand Junction, CO
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January 18, 2014
We moved in a 10 year old house that has Trafficmaster rustic Maple Honeytone Waterproof Resillent Plank Flooring? How do I clean it?
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Oregon
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December 31, 2014
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I've been using simple green on mine for the past year. I haven't noticed any degradation of the flooring, either visually or physically.
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WB, PA
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January 24, 2014
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Just a damp mop.
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January 24, 2014
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I use a mixure of ammonia and water. And then only using a well rung out mop....damp mop.....wash the floor.
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January 23, 2014
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You can clean this floor with standard moping with a mild cleaner in water. However the best option for cleaning these is using a mild cleaner with a microfiber/swiffer style mop. You can purchase refillable microfiber mops at your local Home Depot or most any store that sells cleaning supplies.
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Johnstown, PA, USA
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January 22, 2014
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The best option for cleaning these types of floors are the microfiber mops. You can purchase a refillable one at your local Home Depot or most any store selling cleaning supplies. Use a mild cleaning solution in it and it will help keep your floor looking like new for years to come. Be sure not to use anything abrasive as it can scratch the wear layer off the flooring.
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I am think of putting the Traffic Master Planks in my house can I use a underlayment with this flooring? If so what kind?

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Muskegon
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Big Lake, MN
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March 3, 2014
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I would not install any kind of cushioned underlayment.
If you step on the edge of a plank that's on a cushion it would bend the intelock edge and might cause it to fail.
Paper underlayment would be ok but really won't contribute anything and tar paper is too smelly for my liking inside a house.
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January 24, 2014
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No underlayment needed. We installed it on a concrete slab so we put a plastic moisture barrier down first.
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Johnstown, PA, USA
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January 22, 2014
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Although an underlayment is not required you can use the underlayments sold for laminate floor. Just be sure it is down flat and use a thinner one. You should not install anything over 1/8" under this floor or anything that will allow in more than a 1/16" give in the floor as it can cause the seams to pull apart over time.
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Jay_HD_CHI
July 12, 2013
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Hi there P,
The only type of underlayment you would be able to use with this flooring is a 6-mil vapor barrier for installations over concrete. The use of any other type of underlayment would not be approved by the manufacturer warranty.
- Jay
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Can these be places over existing hardwood?

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Anna
NJ
October 16, 2012
I am prepping my place to have it rented out and want something that looks great and can be a temporary solution.
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Johnstown, PA, USA
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January 22, 2014
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Yes, you can install this product over any solid level substrate
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January 28, 2013
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The product will float over pretty much any relatively smooth surface.
I would not hesitate to put it over hardwood (even with a micro-bevel or beveled edge ) if requested to do that.
If your hardwood beneath this product somehow gets wet and gets cupped or water damaged it will telegraph the uneven surface through to the new product however.
It looks great and I'm betting you will find it can be a Read More
The product will float over pretty much any relatively smooth surface.
I would not hesitate to put it over hardwood (even with a micro-bevel or beveled edge ) if requested to do that.
If your hardwood beneath this product somehow gets wet and gets cupped or water damaged it will telegraph the uneven surface through to the new product however.
It looks great and I'm betting you will find it can be a great temporary-to-permanent solution! Read Less
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Middletown, CT, USA
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October 22, 2012
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Yes. Mine was put over very old wide board floors. We just laid them in the opposite direction because there were small gaps between some of the boards. It came out great!
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October 17, 2012
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Absolutely - I installed mine over a laminate product. The existing hardwood will provide a flat, smooth surface and will be a perfect subfloor.
It will look great and not only be a temporary solution as you specified, but you will likely find it to be an extremely durable long-term solution. In addition, since the product is not glued to the subfloor, it can easily be removed should you ever want to Read More
Absolutely - I installed mine over a laminate product. The existing hardwood will provide a flat, smooth surface and will be a perfect subfloor.
It will look great and not only be a temporary solution as you specified, but you will likely find it to be an extremely durable long-term solution. In addition, since the product is not glued to the subfloor, it can easily be removed should you ever want to return to using the original hardwood. A floating floor like this will protect the hardwood and it will likely look as good as it did the day you covered it with this product.
Since the pieces are not glued and just click together, you can even reinstall it in another room if you have enough extra product for the fill pieces - buy an extra box or two if you think you may do this someday. Flooring styles change quickly and the only reason I used this product is because a dishwasher leak damaged a few boards of my old laminate and the style had been discontinued. Read Less
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TrafficMaster InterLock 5-45/64 in. x 35-45/64 in. Rustic Maple Honeytone Resilient Vinyl Plank Flooring (16-Pack)

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Johnstown, Ny
August 3, 2012
Can this be installed under our appliances, Stove and Refrigerator?
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Billings, MT, USA
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yes, we installed in the kitchen under the fridge & stove ..because it is waterproof there should not be a problem under the fridge as this is not wood...just wood grained.
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Under appliances like a dishwasher, stove, or refrigerator should be no problem.
Something super heavy (that exceeds 250lbs per sq inch) may be an issue however.
Be careful sliding the appliances in place just like you would with any other flooring and you will be in good shape.
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August 24, 2012
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Yes - just use extra care when placing the items back into position as it will scratch. You can buy felt glides or I just used an old rug face down and wiggle them out once it is in position. The wheels on my fridge didn't damage as long as I rolled in the direction of the wheels - when I tried to slide sideways without the glide is when I scratched it. I was replacing appliances as a section was Read More
Yes - just use extra care when placing the items back into position as it will scratch. You can buy felt glides or I just used an old rug face down and wiggle them out once it is in position. The wheels on my fridge didn't damage as long as I rolled in the direction of the wheels - when I tried to slide sideways without the glide is when I scratched it. I was replacing appliances as a section was completed so it was easy to pop out the damaged piece and continue the install. I left the stove in place and just lifted it high enough to get the pieces under far enough to get the edge beyond eye sight then backed down the front legs a half turn to level the stove. Read Less
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August 10, 2012
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Hello Hello jacsr1971 and thank you for your question.
You can install the TrafficMaster InterLock Rustic Maple Honeytone Resilient Vinyl Plank Flooring under your appliances since they are moveable and not attached to the wall.
Best wishes with your project.
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 70 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by looks nice, took some practice to install nicely. I used this for bathrooms and picked it primarily for its appearance which was a good match to the laminate used in adjacent rooms. There was enough variety in appearance to allow for artistic placement. Installing was in some ways easier than laminate and in someways harder. It doesn't make a definitive snap most times so you have to look closely to see if it is fully seated. I had to connect a row together and then connect that row to preceding rows, which requires more hands after about 3 pieces (9 feet). On the other hand I was able to jiggle planks to get them to seat instead of banging them into place with a piece of scrap protecting the edge (although I did that as well for a while). May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product Flooring looks like and feels like real wood, love the lifetime warranty Going to do the whole house with it July 13, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst flooring ever! I would NEVER buy this flooring again. Had it for less then a year and already chipped and breaking. I thought it was on the seams, but it's not. Worst money I ever spend. Thinking of pulling it all up and doing real wood. Sickening. March 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great solution for a basement that has flooded in the past My daughter and son-in-law installed the floor and said that it was not a difficult project. Right now it looks great - will have to wait to see how it wears August 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by love this installation was easy but harder than laminate because the planks are bendy not hard so its a little harder to snap together. I have a house full of animals and kids so far so good it wipes right up. June 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Too hard to install cleanly - do not recommend This looks pretty good for vinyl planks, but was a bear to install. The instructions make it seem as though you just have to concern yourself with engaging the long side. This is incorrect. The short end also need to be maneuvered together, and trying to do that to two sides simultaneously is hard, hard work. I spent nearly two full days on one 100 sq foot room, which is ridiculous. I ripped apart some sections two, three, even four times trying to get the end to lay flat (no bulging) and no gapping. Perhaps the issue is just that the planks are imprecisely cut and should have been able to just have the ends snap in, but in reality, it just is too time-consuming. I have installed vinyl tile, and I would gladly do that again over these vinyl interlock planks. I will never buy them again. If you are considering these, please do yourself a favor and go into the store and try to engage four planks in a 2-plank 2-row formation. You will have no problem with attaching the two planks in the first row as you just have to attached short end to short end. You will have no problem with plank 3, the first plank in row two, as you will just have to attach long end to long end. You will struggle with plank 4 as you will need to engage both the long and short ends. You will either have a slight bulge or a gap. Now consider that almost all of your floor will consist of "plank 4" type of simultaneous connections, and decide if you want that much grief. July 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Looks great This flooring looks great but was more difficult to install than others. Chose this type because it is waterproof and has a lifetime residential warranty. It has been installed less than a week so I cannot comment on how well it will hold up. It has been very easy to clean. June 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by dents! This is awful! It does dent. Claims that is will not dent. It does and they will NOT give you back your money. Multiple dents from just my kitchen table. Its going to be really bad once I put the chairs around it. A HUGE waste of money. May 24, 2016
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