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TrafficMASTER Allure Ultra 7.5 in. x 47.6 in. 2-Strip Clear Cherry Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring (19.8 sq. ft. / case)
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TrafficMASTER

Allure Ultra 7.5 in. x 47.6 in. 2-Strip Clear Cherry Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring (19.8 sq. ft. / case)

  • 100% waterproof construction prevents warping, mold and mildew
  • Can be installed over most existing floors
  • Easy to clean and maintain - no polishing or waxing required
$2.52 /sq. ft.
Covers 19.80 sq. ft.
$49.89 /case

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TrafficMASTER Allure Ultra gives you the richness and deep texture of hardwood flooring with luxurious embossing for a beautiful look and feel. Dramatic 7.5 in. x 47.6 in. planks are quiet underfoot and offer state of the art click-lock installation technology. Allure Ultra's simple angle-slide-lock installation system allows for easy, no-glue installation, saving time, effort and money. The floating floor installs over most existing surfaces including concrete, wood and vinyl. With Allure Ultra, you can transform any room in your home quickly and easily.

  • 2-Strip Clear Cherry color finish offers the natural look of real wood plank flooring
  • 5 mm thickness x 7.5 in. width x 47.6 in. length
  • 20 mil commercial-grade wear layer with a ceramic bead overlay
  • Highly durable resilient flooring can be used almost anywhere in your home or business
  • Highly durable, resilient flooring can be used almost anywhere in your home or business
  • 100% waterproof construction prevents warping, mold and mildew
  • Features an embossed texture to mimic the intricacies of authentic wood
  • For use indoors and in temperature-controlled environments only; can be installed over most existing floors
  • Easy to clean and maintain, no polishing or waxing required
  • Refer to the installation guide for detailed instructions
  • All online orders for this item ship via parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
  • Backed by a lifetime limited residential warranty and 10-year limited commercial warranty
  • View The Home Depot's Vinyl Flooring Buying Guide

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Installing under a toilet and cabinets

We were considering Pergo but decided on this product because it is 100% waterproof. Our research on floating floors is to "not" install them under islands and cabinets but yet under a stove and refrigerator is fine. I read that some people have installed this product under cabinets but what about toilets? I cannot find anything in the instructions as to what the manufacturer recommends. Thoughts?
Asked by: KenR
I removed the toilet, installed the flooring and reinstalled the toilet. It is not hard to do and you will have a much nicer, more professional looking job, and not have to be concerned about perfectly trimming the planks to meet the toilet base. Just be sure to buy a new wax ring and maybe longer toilet hold down bolts, which are not expensive at all.
Answered by: rodder98
Date published: 2017-03-02

How is this stuff cut?

I scored twice and got nowhere. My husband scored several more times and finally broke through after he slammed it onto the wall corner. I can't imagine doing 312 square feet like this! The knife blades were new.
Asked by: wonderwoman
I'm a 23 year old total newbie at floor installation. I did my entire house with this. You gotta be smarter than the floor. I used heavy duty scissors (almost like hedge clippers to cut length. If I had to cut the width, well let me tell you that any method would be torture. So I used a tablesaw. As long as you're skilled at holding it down it will be Easy peasy. But if you have a tiny pebble under a chair and slide backward, your floor will take a beating. It's not scratch proof at ALL. Although my dogs nails don't ever scratch it. Be really cautious about keeping your floors clean and I guess you'll be fine.
Answered by: CarpentersDaughter
Date published: 2017-03-14

How do you cut it and still have the adhesive and without wasting a lot of pieces

Asked by: Ronni
My brother hit on a great solution to avoid waste: Cut off each piece where needed at the end of a row, and use the rest of the piece to start the next row. Repeat for each row and there is nothing left over until the end of the room. This leaves the ends of the boards staggered. I find that it looks very nice - more like a natural wood floor. I think you would want to lay out some pieces to see if you like the appearance.
Answered by: Vincent
Date published: 2017-03-28

I am thinking of using this flooring in my kitchen, so I should not install this flooring under my kitchen cabinets?

Asked by: d520
It's absolutely a good idea to use it in your kitchen since it is vinyl and 100% waterproof.
Answered by: Toshi
Date published: 2017-03-28
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Allure Ultra 7.5 in. x 47.6 in. 2-Strip Clear Cherry Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring (19.8 sq. ft. / case) is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 175.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Allure Ultra 7.5 in. x 47.6 in. 2-Strip Clear Cherry Resilient Vinyl Plank Flooring (19.8 sq. ft.... Allure Ultra 7.5 in. x 47.6 in. 2-Strip Clear Cherry Resilient Vinyl Plank Flooring (19.8 sq. ft. / case) After an extensive research, I decided to try out Allure Ultra Resilient Vinyl Plank Flooring for our small dining room which we currently use as a children’s study room. In June, I bought 10 boxes at the local Home Depot store and installed them with my teenage son. It took a few days to complete a small room about 16ft. x 13.5ft. with some struggle with detailed parts of zigzag cutting, but overall, I was mostly satisfied with the result. Fast forwarding 5 months, and now in November, here is my review of the product. Situated in between staircases and kitchen/dinette, this room gets heavy traffic every day (we are a family of four). When it is not too cluttery, I practice my morning yoga there. My sons dump their school supplies and books on the flooring. That being said, I don't think it warrants the planks to be separated at the joints at so many sections after 5 months of ordinary use. I see unsightly dark spots on the gray "tongue" parts of the separated planks from the greasy snack crumb my sons drop everywhere in the house. The instructions (I checked out many before purchasing, and before and during the installation process) tell you to use spacers at the each wall. Now I regret not fitting the planks snugly to the walls. I left the quarter rounds uninstalled because I was expecting to have to make some adjustment after few months of use, and now, I am not sure if I need to get each and every plank up and start over. The vinyl surface itself is questionable quality, I'm afraid. One of my sons' desk chair doesn't roll well on the flooring and leaves black marks from the wheels. I assume the material of the wheels doesn't agree with the vinyl finish of the planks, and I wish I had known that before the purchase. So... After 5 months of use, I am still debating whether to reinstall everything with a spare box I have, or just make this investment a bad debt and move on with a different flooring material. This is a kind of setback I cannot address right now due to my busy schedule, and I feel bothered by the poor instruction and lack of a clear warning for unagreeable materials...
Date published: 2016-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I replaced 300 sq.ft. of older rigid laminate flooring in my kitchen with this product. If ther... I replaced 300 sq.ft. of older rigid laminate flooring in my kitchen with this product. If there are no obstructions, it lays pretty quickly and it's easy to score and cut across the width. It took about 5 evenings to finish the project. A couple of tips: 1. Be prepared to fiddle with the first 2 rows to get tight joints. 2. We ended up having to use a 3-4" wide putty knife and a hammer to tap things in place and that often threw other boards out of place. 3. Complex cuts are easier with a jigsaw or coping saw. Fine metal cutting blades work better. You can make perpendicular cuts with a hacksaw and then score between those cuts but you'll need pliers to snap the piece out. 4. Ripping it lengthwise is best done with a tablesaw or contractor's saw. 5. It is difficult to lay the last row when there are obstructions like baseboard heaters or you're trying to fit it under molding. 6. Remove door molding as necessary to simplify the cuts needed. 7. Make sure the room temperature is well above 65F (18C). 70F (21C) seemed to be high enough to make the boards flexible enough to install. 8. If you can remove all the appliances and furniture from the room, it will go much more quickly. 9. Doors may or may not have to be removed. So far we like the flooring. Time will tell how well it wears, especially near the kitchen door.
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Giving this 5 stars for now. Used in my basement. Will revise once we see how it holds up. Looks ... Giving this 5 stars for now. Used in my basement. Will revise once we see how it holds up. Looks really nice and my husband says was not too hard to do. You do have to use a block of wood and rubber mallet at times to get it to fully lock banging it at a 10-20 degree angle. Much easier for two people to do together than one. Once you get the knack of how it works, it goes pretty smoothly. If this holds up well I plan to use it in other areas of my house.
Date published: 2016-11-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from First of all, the photo on the box is wrong. The flooring is being installed backwards on the bo... First of all, the photo on the box is wrong. The flooring is being installed backwards on the box. When I saw this I thought, "No way would they print the photo on the box wrong, this must be how to install it." Well, I was wrong. They messed up on the photo on the front of the box. I'll attach it to this review. Check out the installation video then look at the box photo. I cut an entire box for my first run in a large room. Had to throw it all out. It does make me question their quality control when the instructions on the box is wrong. I mean, how does a company miss that?
Date published: 2017-03-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The overall effect of the two tone strips, almost like stripes, is not what I had expected based ... The overall effect of the two tone strips, almost like stripes, is not what I had expected based on the samples. The store did not have this in the display. I'll not get this color again. I have more projects in mind for other properties and will probably use the product again, but in a different color. It was harder to put down without mistakes, spaces and "cracks" between pieces than we expected, even though we knew it was not going to be as easy as claimed. So far it's been put down and taken up and put down again four times to correct a problem here or a new problem there that escaped notice initially. At least that is possible. Ask me in 20 or 30 years how it holds up. We've only had it a couple of weeks. My recommendation at this point would be a "Qualified Yes/Maybe" depending on the skill of the person installing it, and on durability which I won't know for years, and in a color that is not two tone. Note that with the two tone lining up the same colors at the ends of the pieces is also necessary, i.e., matching the pattern.
Date published: 2016-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The product is fairly easy to work with, being able to score the surface then split a plank in tw... The product is fairly easy to work with, being able to score the surface then split a plank in two. Note that if you have a more intricate cut to make it can be difficult to score it accordingly, but once you get that far it's still fairly easy to split, even along uneven lines. The Ultra is about twice as thick, so it takes a good bit more force to snap them apart. If you don't have strong hands/fingers you may want to arrange something to stick the pieces in to give you more leverage. Just be careful not to scratch them. Note that the interlocking parts are relatively easy to damage, so take care when you lay them together. They don't always lock easily, but with a rubber mallet and the correct angle of application it usually comes together well enough. Also note that once laid, when you manipulate the planks to snap new pieces in, some previously laid parts can pull apart. In those cases try to get them aligned from previously laid to newly laid and you should be fine. I would say that if you are NOT patient you may want to get someone else to do it, or help you if you can stay calm with them. After a while it becomes tedious, but not any more difficult. Make sure you have knee pads! You'll be spending several hours on your knees. Mine strapped in the back, which rubbed the backs of both legs a little raw. Not sure if maybe some petroleum jelly may have helped.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This product is very difficult to install. The product does not respond during installation in ... This product is very difficult to install. The product does not respond during installation in the same manner that is shown in the videos. The problems that I am having are documented in other reviews on the internet. Joints do not slide into place, and many of the joints do not click into place. They will also come apart after installation. I have 700 square feet of this flooring to install, and for a handy person I am having a very difficult time.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very satisfied. I had no problems clicking the pieces together. I assembled 3 lengths, making an ... Very satisfied. I had no problems clicking the pieces together. I assembled 3 lengths, making an 11-foot long row, and then clicked the long edge into place. Only needed a slight tap to make a perfect fit. Cutting fancy corners was difficult with a knife, so I did as much cutting as possible with a circular saw. Overall, a relatively easy one-person job in a large kitchen. I then noticed that I was able to click together pieces at right angles. When I got to the bathroom door, I decided to buy another box, and continue into the bathroom. Again, a perfect fit at a 90-degree angle. Four or five years ago, when I first looked into vinyl planking, I decided not to buy. The product had a terrible odor, and online reviews also noted this. I would not feel confident buying something, and then hoping that it will eventually air out. Someone solved the problem. The vinyl now has absolutely no odor.
Date published: 2016-12-06
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