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Allure 6 in. x 36 in. Rosewood Resilient Vinyl Plank Flooring (24 sq. ft. / case)

$1.79 /sq. ft.
Covers 24.00 sq. ft.
$42.96 /case

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Use TrafficMASTER Allure 6 in. x 36 in. Resilient Vinyl Plank Flooring to add the warm, comfortable style of real wood to your interior living space. This highly durable, water-resistant flooring is great for use in basements, kitchens, bathrooms and high traffic areas. The floating floor installs over most existing surfaces including concrete, wood and vinyl with no floor preparation or adhesives required. It offers a patented GripStrip design for simple installation.

  • Rosewood color finish offers the natural look of real wood plank flooring
  • 3.8 mm thickness x 6 in. width x 36 in. length
  • 4 mil wear layer
  • Water-resistant planks can be used almost anywhere in your home
  • Patented GripStrip design offers easy installation over most existing floors
  • For use indoors and in temperature controlled environments only
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • Refer to the installation guide for detailed instructions
  • Online orders for this item may ship in multiple parcel packages or on a pallet via truckline carrier depending on order quantity
  • 16 planks per case






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Dimensions

Approximate Tile Size 
6x36 
Coverage Area (sq. ft./case) 
24 
Product Length (in.) 
36 
Product Thickness (in.) 
0.15 
Product Thickness (mm) 
3.8 
Product Width (in.) 

Details

Antimicrobial 
No 
Color Family 
Brown 
Color/Finish 
Rosewood 
Commercial / Residential 
Residential 
Flooring Product Type 
Vinyl Plank 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor 
Installable over Cork Underlayment 
No 
Installation Type 
GripStrip 
Mark Resistant 
Yes 
Material 
Vinyl 
Product Weight (lb.) 
2.26 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Sample 
No 
Scratch Resistant 
Yes 
Shape 
Plank 
Skid Resistant 
Yes 
Stain Resistant 
Yes 
Vinyl Surface Type 
Low Gloss 
Waterproof 
No 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
25-year limited residential 

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can this be used on stairs?

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July 26, 2012
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November 9, 2015
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I see that in the product I am considering "African Wood Dark", they make many accessories to match including treads and risers for stairs. You should check the accessories for the product you are considering it may well be they have treads and risers to match (although I see they are a bit pricey).
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July 2, 2015
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There is a great product called Cap a Step. Would def. recommend this. It comes in matching colors coincidentally.
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March 5, 2014
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it is harder on stairs and you need the edge pieces which are expensive.
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March 4, 2014
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We didn't use it on the basement wood stairs (we stained them a similar color) but we did use it on the plywood landing with a rubber bullnose over the top stair. I was told by the person I spoke to at Zamma, where we purchased the reducer strips, that they were considered making bullnose to match Allure colors. If they do, you may be able to use it on the stairs, too. Remember this floor is a "floating" Read More
We didn't use it on the basement wood stairs (we stained them a similar color) but we did use it on the plywood landing with a rubber bullnose over the top stair. I was told by the person I spoke to at Zamma, where we purchased the reducer strips, that they were considered making bullnose to match Allure colors. If they do, you may be able to use it on the stairs, too. Remember this floor is a "floating" floor that sticks to itself and not the underlayer floor, so it may need to be glued somehow to the stairs. Read Less
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December 17, 2013
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We have been considering doing just that and decided against it. Our stairs have a ledge and is not square. This product would not wrap around that. The other issue that concerns me is how slick the stairs would be. Also, this is a floating floor, so it really does not "attach". So I would say not a good idea without using it in a way it was not intended for.
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Harrison, MI
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September 5, 2013
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would not recommend it. The floor is floating, so it does not adhere to stair treads. It is not recommended to glue it down.
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Houston, TX, USA
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March 19, 2013
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With all the research I have done with this product, you can not install this on stairs.
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St. Louis, MO, USA
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January 1, 2013
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You can use on stairs, but must use step edge trim on each step. These come in metal or rubber/plastic. You may also desire to use quarter-round trim at the back of each step for a more finished look.
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Merritt Island, FL, USA
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November 13, 2012
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The wood portion of the plank is 6" wide, so depending on how deep your stair steps are, you will probably waste a lot of planks. And you would have to glue it down (which kind of defeats the purpose of this type of flooring) and cover the edges on the front and sides of the stair steps. So, no, I don't think you could use it on stairs.
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October 23, 2012
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Sophia it would be difficult to use on stairs because it won't wrap around. You could put it just on the top of the stairs but you would have some waste because the adhesive has already been applied and you have no choice except to apply the next plank to the sticky area.You would have to do a lot of measuring and you would have to buy some adhesive for all of the edges of the stair. If you stairs are Read More
Sophia it would be difficult to use on stairs because it won't wrap around. You could put it just on the top of the stairs but you would have some waste because the adhesive has already been applied and you have no choice except to apply the next plank to the sticky area.You would have to do a lot of measuring and you would have to buy some adhesive for all of the edges of the stair. If you stairs are open it would look nice. If they are closed stairs (have a board on the front) it would be very hard. You could paint or stain the wood and use the product just on the open surface of the stairs. I hope this helps you. It would be a pretty intense job. Read Less
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July 30, 2012
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We do not recommend using this product on stairs as it is not intended to be glued down. If you do chose to glue the product down it will void the warranty.
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Can you install on concrete?

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Kel
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January 16, 2013
Should you use a vapor barrier?
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The manufacture says just put 6 Mill poly down first.
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February 4, 2015
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Yes, I just laid this down in my cement basement and it grips really well.
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Palm Beach Gardens, FL
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September 2, 2014
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I installed on concrete, and did not use a vapor barrier.
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Yes, that is one of the main reasons we used it.
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We put it directly over the cement in a converted garage. As long as there are not bumps or holes, you should be fine.
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I live in Houston Tx. and did not use a vapor barrier, I do keep my house temp between 76 and 78 degrees in the spring, summer and fall, and around 68 in the winter. i have only experienced this product for a week now so I do not want to lead you in a wrong direction, but feel that it may not be a necessary item to add. When I removed my old carpeting there was no moisture in the padding or on the Read More
I live in Houston Tx. and did not use a vapor barrier, I do keep my house temp between 76 and 78 degrees in the spring, summer and fall, and around 68 in the winter. i have only experienced this product for a week now so I do not want to lead you in a wrong direction, but feel that it may not be a necessary item to add. When I removed my old carpeting there was no moisture in the padding or on the concrete floor so I did not feel it necessary to use a moisture barrier. Read Less
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January 30, 2013
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Yes, we do recommend a vapor barrier when installing over cement in a high moisture area(anything over 6%). Please use a 6 mill poly
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Yes. We are installing on concrete foundation. Be aware that you MUST clean the concrete real good so there are no lumps or trash because it will show up. My husband sweeps and mops the area that he is going to do the next day. Then when he is on the floor, putting down the planks, he lightly scrapes any lumps from ceiling plaster or paint buildup and sweeps up the little pieces. He first started the Read More
Yes. We are installing on concrete foundation. Be aware that you MUST clean the concrete real good so there are no lumps or trash because it will show up. My husband sweeps and mops the area that he is going to do the next day. Then when he is on the floor, putting down the planks, he lightly scrapes any lumps from ceiling plaster or paint buildup and sweeps up the little pieces. He first started the project in the hall and he has had to replace two planks (which is not real easy) because there were lumps and they were starting to tear through because we have two electric wheelchairs running up and down the hall all day. No, you don't need a vapor barrier because the plank do not stick to the floor - they stick to each other. It's like laying down a huge area rug except you have to cut it to turn the corner and trim the edges. All in all it's real easy to put down. Not so easy to go back and pull them apart to replace one because the glue on the planks is very sticky and they want to tear when you pull hard on them. I hope this helps you. Read Less
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Vinyl plank flooring can be installed on concrete as long as the concrete does not have uneven areas (bumps/ridges/grooves), which could cause the flooring to crack over time. If it is uneven, use floor leveling products to fill low areas and grind high spots down. It is also important that the concrete remain dry year round and show no signs of dampness. Though the dampness would not effect interlocking Read More
Vinyl plank flooring can be installed on concrete as long as the concrete does not have uneven areas (bumps/ridges/grooves), which could cause the flooring to crack over time. If it is uneven, use floor leveling products to fill low areas and grind high spots down. It is also important that the concrete remain dry year round and show no signs of dampness. Though the dampness would not effect interlocking vinyl plank flooring which is water proof, it could lead to mold growing under the flooring. Dampness could effect the glue-strip vinyl plank flooring causing the glue-strips to lose their adhesive properties and separate. One good thing is that many municipalities require moisture barriers to be placed on the ground before interior slabs are poured. You cannot place a water barrier over a concrete floor as this would cause dampness to be trapped under the barrier. To test your concrete floor for dampness place sheets of writing paper on the floor for a week or two and then check to see if the paper feels damp. Also note if water appears on concrete floor when it is raining, as this intermittent water problem could cause mold to grow under the flooring also. Read Less
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A vapor barrier would be a wise choice if the concrete hasn't been sealed. While it is linoleum, moisture underneath could lead to mold issues. Also, make sure there are no gaps. The concrete should be relatively smooth. The specifications say nothing over 1/8" deep or high, but the smoother the better.
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Is an underlayment required or suggested for this flooring type?

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youngstown, OH
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March 2, 2014
Planning to install over existing plywood subfloor, but just wondering if we should put down some type of underlayment first? Subfloor is in good condition.
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We used Integera
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Not required at all. I laid this down right on my cement floor. It looks and feels great!
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Not using an underlayment was one of the benefits of this product for me--not a nickel of extra expense or time and effort trying to keep a sheet of foam or vapor barrier straight. I had my son fill the divots created in the concrete floor from removing the carpet tackstrips, but would not do it again--don't think it is necessary, as the product is thicker than I expected, and the location next to the Read More
Not using an underlayment was one of the benefits of this product for me--not a nickel of extra expense or time and effort trying to keep a sheet of foam or vapor barrier straight. I had my son fill the divots created in the concrete floor from removing the carpet tackstrips, but would not do it again--don't think it is necessary, as the product is thicker than I expected, and the location next to the baseboard will receive minimal wear. Read Less
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No we put it straight down on sub-flooring
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March 5, 2014
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no, none is required. we did put the thin white plastic down for noise.
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According to the directions that came with the Allure planks, no underlayment is required. It says that the surface should be level and all cracks filled in and leveled before installing the product. We had two seams running across the floor that we would have needed to smooth out somehow.
The main reason we used the "Red Guard" underlayment was that I'm very allergic to mold and I felt that this
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According to the directions that came with the Allure planks, no underlayment is required. It says that the surface should be level and all cracks filled in and leveled before installing the product. We had two seams running across the floor that we would have needed to smooth out somehow.
The main reason we used the "Red Guard" underlayment was that I'm very allergic to mold and I felt that this particular type of underlayment bonded well with concrete and would not allow any mold to come up to the surface. We used one can for approx. 300 sq. ft and put down three coats with a long handled paint roller. For the first coat I did a 1:1 mix of Red Guard to water so that the seam cracks filled in and then we put down a 1:3 mix just to make sure everything was coated. It dried fast turning the floor from a pink color to red as it dried. In two days we were able to install the Allure flooring, which took about 2 hours. We used the Rosewood planks that have a type of scraped texture and we've been more than happy with the result. We see no seams and there is no smell of anything but new wood from the wall and ceiling construction.
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No. The floor does need to be smooth and free from dirt and major damage. We have laid it over a cement garage floor that was converted to a family room. We filled in the holes and sanded down the rough spot. It was far from perfect, but we have not had any trouble. We also laid it over 1970's sub floor that was far less than perfect. The only place we had trouble was where we missed pulling a staple Read More
No. The floor does need to be smooth and free from dirt and major damage. We have laid it over a cement garage floor that was converted to a family room. We filled in the holes and sanded down the rough spot. It was far from perfect, but we have not had any trouble. We also laid it over 1970's sub floor that was far less than perfect. The only place we had trouble was where we missed pulling a staple out. It worked through the flooring. Read Less
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Can you use the Shark steam cleaner to clean this floor?

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I have a steam cleaner I used on my old vinyl floor, to prep it for laying this floor over. It cleaned it very well, too well actually it striped off the top gloss layer in some areas. I would avoid steam cleaning of vinyl floor as being a bit of "overkill" and above the 85 degree temperature recommended for this product!. If you are looking to get germs mix a bleach in the mop water (JUST NEVER Read More
I have a steam cleaner I used on my old vinyl floor, to prep it for laying this floor over. It cleaned it very well, too well actually it striped off the top gloss layer in some areas. I would avoid steam cleaning of vinyl floor as being a bit of "overkill" and above the 85 degree temperature recommended for this product!. If you are looking to get germs mix a bleach in the mop water (JUST NEVER MIX BLEACH WITH ANY AMMONIA PRODUCT!) bleach is one of the very few things that will kill virus.Other than that a simple mild soap product should keep it nice and shiny for years. Read Less
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not remommended
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I would think it would be fine. I have not tried it, but judging on what else the floor has held up to, it should be ok.
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All the research I have done says not to use steam cleaners on this flooring. I have not had to clean this flooring yet, I have used a damp cloth to wipe smudges but have not experienced any major cleaning yet.
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Yes, but do not hold in one spot too long as steam cleaners generate a great deal of heat. Keep the steamer moving.
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November 29, 2012
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no, we do not recommend using a steam vac on our product. It could cause the adhsive to soften and lift.
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I haven't tried a steam cleaner on them yet. I have been looking at the Mint steam cleaner to buy. I do use the Swiffer mop and have had excellent resuts with it. It is the one that you load the cleaner bottle with all purpose liquid and push the button and it squirts out in front of the mop. You simple change out the pads when they get dirty and toss them away. We have 4 dogs so we mop almost daily. Read More
I haven't tried a steam cleaner on them yet. I have been looking at the Mint steam cleaner to buy. I do use the Swiffer mop and have had excellent resuts with it. It is the one that you load the cleaner bottle with all purpose liquid and push the button and it squirts out in front of the mop. You simple change out the pads when they get dirty and toss them away. We have 4 dogs so we mop almost daily. Good luck to you with the Shark. Write back if it works so we will all know. Read Less
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 59 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love my new floor Pretty easy installation, cutting with a blade is harder than I thought need some strength. Heavy Duty utility scissors are a little easier to cut with. Looks great even next to my real wood floor. June 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great in a bathroom! Very easy installation. Easy to cut pieces to proper length. It looks great and water just beads up on it. I would definitely recommend this product. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Would chose this product again! Love the look of this flooring! The installation was easy and I will put this in other rooms of the house. Love it! I really like that it is so water resistant. We have even considered putting it in our bathroom. April 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Love the Allure flooring! This went down rather quickly, about 3 hours start to first mop! Love the feel under foot. Now i just have to wait 25 years to see how well it lasts!! April 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install I was short two boxes and was able to order on line so I could finish my bedroom. Great product and easy to install March 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Third time I have purchased I love it so much! This is more expensive than many laminates. We buy it because we have Doberman Pinchers and their nails really tear up tile and wood. But not this stuff. It stands up to everything we have thrown at it and still looks good. You want to have a pretty smooth floor, sharp items will poke through after time. We have laid it over cement in an old garage converted to a lovely family room, over sub floor in a bedroom and now over half of our basement floor. We had to patch holes in the cement and make sure things were clean with no sharp items under the tile. But it really handled the "Not level" floor with ease. And it looks fantastic! July 1, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great in master bath. I put this in our master bath after buying this house which had cheap vinyl on the bathroom floors. What an improvement! Really easy to put down even though I had some awkward curves and corners to deal with. It has been down about a month and I smile every time I go in that room. Very durable and much warmer and easier on the feet than ceramic would be. Highly recommend. Take a look at the before and after photo. March 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful floor! Our friend, who is a contractor, recommended this flooring. He has worked with real wood, laminates, and the allure vinyl planks. He prefers this over all the rest. It is easy to cut and install. We weren't disappointed...it is absolutely beautiful! He installed it in our dining room, kitchen, and entryway in one day. It is comfortable to walk on, resists scratches, and easy to clean. The only negative is that the dark color shows a lot more dust and hair from our white cat and dog. A lighter color might have hid some of that but I have no regrets. The Rosewood is such a rich color so I don't mind the extra work. December 8, 2015
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