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TrafficMASTER Ceramica 12 in. x 24 in. Coastal Grey Vinyl Tile Flooring (29 sq. ft. / case)
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Discontinued TrafficMASTER Ceramica

12 in. x 24 in. Coastal Grey Vinyl Tile Flooring (29 sq. ft. / case)

  • Can be installed with or without grout
  • Natural texture and realistic details
  • Easy peel-and-stick installation

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TrafficMASTER Ceramica 12 in. x 24 in. Groutable Vinyl Floor Tile offers durable, long-lasting style for your active home. The ceramic-like finish features natural textures and realistic details in a style that and is warm and quiet underfoot. The groutable, rounded-edge tiles provide custom options for your final look: use with grout to achieve a clean, traditional finish; or without grout for a rich, warm and casual setting. With its convenient peel-and-stick design, this flooring has a self-adhering back for easy, no-glue installation.

  • Coastal Grey color finish offers a natural texture and realistic details
  • 3 mm thickness x 12 in. width x 24 in. length
  • Peel-and-stick design makes installation easy
  • Can be used with or without grout (sold separately)
  • For use indoors and in temperature controlled environments only
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • 4 mil wear layer
  • Refer to the installation guide for detailed instructions
  • All online orders for this item ship via parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
  • Check out our helpful guide to learn more about vinyl flooring.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Do you have to grout or can tiles be butted together

Example: I have looked at the manual and can't figure out what I did wrong.
Asked by: Ron
Thank you for your question. This flooring does not require grout.
Answered by: HalsteadProduct
Date published: 2016-06-26

What type of grout for 1/8/ inch grout line?

What type of grout should I be using in a bathroom if my grout lines are 1/8 inch? Sanded or Sandless? Any other grout suggestions would be great!
Asked by: LJprince
Thank you for your question. You can use any latex grout. Custom Building Products makes one that is pre-mixed in 7 colors. you can find it down the ceramic tile aisle in your local Home Depot
Answered by: HalsteadProduct
Date published: 2016-07-18

Can it be installed directly over concrete?

Asked by: Anonymous
I installed mine directly over concrete without issues.
Answered by: tinalanae
Date published: 2016-10-26

If installing over existing vinyl, does the self stick glue ever harden, or does it stay sticky forever?

Asked by: RenoMom
The glue on mine keeping coming up between the tiles and it is very sticky.
Answered by: Jamiesmimi
Date published: 2017-04-19
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12 in. x 24 in. Coastal Grey Vinyl Tile Flooring (29 sq. ft. / case) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 272.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Must read, its long but worth reading if you’re considering this tile! I purchased this Coastal ... Must read, its long but worth reading if you’re considering this tile! I purchased this Coastal Grey vinyl tile online without seeing it in person, based on reviews and pictures. It is a little lighter than thought, not super dark gray, but still liked it. They are thick tiles and I love the feel of them. Now, as far as installing them. We did it ourselves in our small kitchen. We had to lay new ¼ inch subflooring over the existing floor that had glue residue from the old linoleum we removed. So with that nailed down we made sure to remove debris and laid the tiles leaving 1/8 spacing for grout. The tiles are easy to cut with a utility knife. The glue was excessive and got EVERYWHERE. You could pick up your tools just by touching them after 3 tiles and that was just by touching the corners to lay them down. We had to stop a couple times and clean our hands. The boxes of tile went right from my car to the house so they were not left outside in warm temperatures. But yes, the glue was on the sides of the tiles/paper right out of the box. After they were all down I used Goof Off and cleaned the glue off the tiles. Then I went right on to grouting. I opted for the silver pre-mixed grout. I had never grouted before, and probably should have tried this in a closet or something instead of my kitchen. Live and learn. Once I got the hang of it, it was ok. I only did a little at a time because it dries really fast and you have to get that off the tiles. I tried using a sponge but I couldn’t master that as it kept leaving streaks even after rinsing so I ended up actually using paper towels, lots of them. The grout left some haze in some spots that I cleaned up the next day with some cleaner. I was very please, grout looked great. Fast forward a month…it cracked and it was dirty, like black lines. When I thought it was just dirt and tried to clean it, it was glue. The glue came up between the tile and grout, cracking the grout, yea, and its mostly in the center and by the sink (the most heavily traveled areas). I removed the glue and am keeping an eye on it to see if more glue comes up and will probably end up re-grouting. In hindsight I should have done the darker grout, not liking the dirty look either. THEN: we have a really small 3x5 half bath in the entry way to remodel so we did the same tile (I ordered 6 boxes to do the kitchen and both bathrooms). We left the 1/8 grout spacing. This time I used Q-tips to really clean excess glue around all the edges of the tile and let is sit for 24 hours before I grouted it. I used the dorlean gray pre-mixed grout this time because I’m not fighting that light grout again. Turned out great and no glue has come up even after setting the toilet and sink and I’m hoping it doesn’t at all since this room isn’t used very much. I will not be using this in the big bathroom however because of this issue, I’m going with sheet vinyl. I really love the look and feel of it this tile but the glue is a problem.
Date published: 2017-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I was afraid I wouldn't like the color so I only ordered 1 box. I love it but when I went to ord... I was afraid I wouldn't like the color so I only ordered 1 box. I love it but when I went to order the rest it was sold out again. So when I went to the store they charges me $8.00 more a box. That really sucks it isn't my fault it was out of so I pay it or have a small bathroom that has 1/2 this bathroom done. So even though I am in love with the product I'm not sure I would order on line again. I am hoping the rest get here in a couple of days.
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product looks great even close up. I put it down in my laundry room last year and most recen... This product looks great even close up. I put it down in my laundry room last year and most recently in my bathroom where I wanted the tiles to match the tiles in the shower. The tiles in the laundry room still look great. I grouted both with Simple Grout (pre-mixed grout) Delorean Gray. The colors in the tile are true greys.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from PROS: This tile looks fantastic, it is often mistaken for real tile. The color/finish hides dirty... PROS: This tile looks fantastic, it is often mistaken for real tile. The color/finish hides dirtyness well. It is warmer and softer than real tile. CONS: Very top layer of vinyl is starting to peel on a few corners in high traffic areas. Tile and grout required by manufacturer in order to maintain warranty is separating and grout is falling out. Required grout is also total stained despite being stain-proof premixed grout. We have had this tile down for almost three years now. I have a few complaints that make me NOT recommend it to others (and regret installing it in my own kitchen). As stated above in the "cons" section the tile and grout are separating all over the place, the grout is stained, and tile layers are now peeling. Before you think "he didn't prep or install properly", let me say that I am a perfectionist. I ensured the floor was level wall to wall in all directions, I installed completely smooth plywood underlayment, I rolled out the recommended bond enhancer per manufacturer directions, and installed the tile and grout per manufacturer directions as well. Based on all the positive reviews I can only assume two things: 1- My house has an inordinate amount of expansion and contraction; or 2- The majority of reviews on this tile were written before or soon after install (I was in love with mine for the first 6-12 months as well).
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I just laid 120 sq feet of this tile, and I learned a few things along the way. I'm here to shar... I just laid 120 sq feet of this tile, and I learned a few things along the way. I'm here to share them with you. First, get a backer board knife to cut it. Sure, you can use a utility knife, but it eats up blades and you'll have to change/flip them frequently. So save your self some headache and get the backer board knife. It cuts very easily with the knife and a straight edge. I figured this out when I was laying the second box of four. One of my boxes had me cussing that paper backing. The other three were easy to remove mostly intact. I grouted it with unsanded Polyblend in Natural Grey that I mixed with water. It blends in perfectly with the tile once dried. To make your grouting easy, get and use a grout bag. It's like a big frosting bag. The super magical thing that I discovered about halfway through grouting was that I could squeeze out the line of grout, and then instead of using the grout float and then wiping, wiping, wiping, that I could use a squeegee! I ran the clean, wet squeegee down the grout lines, and it worked like a dream. I still wiped down all of the tiles and a few areas were messier than others, but wow, the squeegee cut the wiping by like 80%. I used a cheap little squeegee that I found in the cleaning aisle at either Target or Home Depot, and that I normally use to clean my shower, so you you don't need a fancy squeegee, just a clean, wet squeegee.
Date published: 2017-03-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A year later, these tiles are VERY scratched up. Even with pads under all the furniture, they get... A year later, these tiles are VERY scratched up. Even with pads under all the furniture, they get scratched chair movement and everyday foot traffic. The tiles looked excellent when we first installed them in the kitchen (and later, in the lower-traffic bathroom). But now they look seriously scuffed up and I'm looking at how to replace. Don't waste your time with this product; you'll regret it in a year.
Date published: 2017-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I installed this flooring in my small kitchen a little over a year ago, without grout. I was ple... I installed this flooring in my small kitchen a little over a year ago, without grout. I was pleased that the tile was thicker than the kind of "peel-n-stick" tile that I had used previously in other projects. A year later, I still love the floor. It is easy to clean, everyone thinks its real tile. I was a little concerned with the tile moving over time, and the only place I can see that it has, is where it fits under the basement door, because there is no tile next it to keep it in place. But I was able to pull it up and glue it to the floor and it has been just fine ever since.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought 4 boxes of this tile for a laundry room. The tiles look nicer than the typical vinyl and... I bought 4 boxes of this tile for a laundry room. The tiles look nicer than the typical vinyl and appear like more expensive ceramic, especially when grouted. I cut them down to 6x24 planks fairly easily by scoring and snapping them in half. The finished edges are beveled slightly, so if you're going to cut them know that the cut edge won't look the same (this wasn't an issue for me since I was going to cover the edges with grout anyways). I'm very pleased with the finished product and would buy again.
Date published: 2017-04-24
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