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TrafficMASTER Ceramica

Model 16215C

Internet #202191246

Store SO SKU #425240

12 in. x 24 in. Concrete Resilient Vinyl Tile Flooring (30 sq. ft. / case)

$1.47 /sq. ft.
Covers 30.00 sq. ft.
$44.10 /case
  • Can be installed with or without grout
  • Natural texture and realistic details
  • Easy peel-and-stick installation

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Choose TrafficMASTER Ceramica 12 in. x 24 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.

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

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What is the best way to cut it

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December 30, 2015
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For straight cuts along the 24 inch direction, I use a cordless 5" circular saw set to 1/4 inch depth. I tossed together some wood for a jig that keeps the saw straight and on track during the cuts. For straight cuts in the 12 inch direction, I use my chop saw that can cut the full 12 inches in one pass. For more complicated cuts, like around door jambs, I use a power jig saw with a blade that has Read More
For straight cuts along the 24 inch direction, I use a cordless 5" circular saw set to 1/4 inch depth. I tossed together some wood for a jig that keeps the saw straight and on track during the cuts. For straight cuts in the 12 inch direction, I use my chop saw that can cut the full 12 inches in one pass. For more complicated cuts, like around door jambs, I use a power jig saw with a blade that has reverse teeth. The reverse teeth keeps the cut clean on the top side. If you don't have any of these power tools then you are back to the utility knife approach. Read Less
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December 21, 2015
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Tin snips for anything other than a straight cut. For straight cuts: a straight edge and sharp utility knife. As others have said, buy a pack of blades as they dull fast. Very easy to cut, anyone can do it.
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December 17, 2015
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Utility blade is a bit tough. We used a Sawzall and it was soooooo much easier
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January 20, 2015
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Used a boxcutter and made crisp accurate cuts.
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August 11, 2014
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Your best tool to cut this product is a heavy duty utility knife.
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Is this product a self sticking tile or do you apply an adhesive?

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Patricia
Clarkston, WA
April 14, 2013
The above is my question. TrafficMaster Ceramica reslient tile flooring. I was looking for other comments from custormers who have purchased this product and I don't see any comments on your website. Please provide custormer feed back.
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November 6, 2013
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I just put this in a laundry room, mudroom and master bath. It is peel and stick. I highly recommend using the Henry Bond Enhancer to prime the subfloor. The tiles really stick and are not easy to adjust so use spacers to align them before they hit the floor. I would definitely grout these for a completely waterproof floor. If you are not going to grout them, then don't use spacers and just align the Read More
I just put this in a laundry room, mudroom and master bath. It is peel and stick. I highly recommend using the Henry Bond Enhancer to prime the subfloor. The tiles really stick and are not easy to adjust so use spacers to align them before they hit the floor. I would definitely grout these for a completely waterproof floor. If you are not going to grout them, then don't use spacers and just align the tiles on one another. If you do that, the first tile sets the alignment for the whole room so its important to get than one right. the grout option is much more forgiving but more work. I think the payoff is worth it because it looks like a ceramic floor without the cold and hardness. Read Less
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Hamilton Township, NJ, USA
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August 13, 2013
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Self stick no extra adhesive needed
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Buffalo, NY, USA
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June 22, 2013
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This is self-sticking tile. You can install it flush or with spacers and add grout.
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April 29, 2013
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It is self-adhesive. The adhesive is very strong.
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April 18, 2013
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Hi there Patricia,
TrafficMaster Ceramica are resilient, peel & stick tiles. They can either be laid a top your substrate directly like previous incarnations of peel & stick tiles, or they can actually be spaced and grouted like with ceramic tiles.
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What color grout are people choosing to use with the12 in. x 24 in. Concrete Resilient Vinyl Tile Flooring

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December 22, 2015
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Simple grout premixed in alabaster was what we used for the concrete tiles. After install just seal the grout. One big tub covered approx 300sf with 1/8" spacers
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December 15, 2015
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We used bright white and are very happy with it!
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November 14, 2015
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I bought a small container of grout especially for use with groutable vinyl tile. It was in the vinyl tile section at Home Depot and was less than 10 dollars. About a quart size I believe and was a medium gray color. I'm sorry that I can't remember the brand but it was the only kind for vinyl tile that my store had. I used 1/8 inch spacers with one prong cut off so that I could do a brick pattern. I love Read More
I bought a small container of grout especially for use with groutable vinyl tile. It was in the vinyl tile section at Home Depot and was less than 10 dollars. About a quart size I believe and was a medium gray color. I'm sorry that I can't remember the brand but it was the only kind for vinyl tile that my store had. I used 1/8 inch spacers with one prong cut off so that I could do a brick pattern. I love it! I've attached a picture to show the results. Read Less
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Will these tiles off-gas VOCs?

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Many vinyl tiles contain polyvinyl chloride (PVC), which is toxic to manufacture and off-gasses volatile organic compounds (VOCs)for years after they are made. Some newer vinyl tiles are low VOC. What about these?
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December 12, 2014
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Thank you for your interest in TrafficMaster Ceramica Concrete Resilient Vinyl Tile. This is a low-VOC, FloorScore certified product. VOC emissions testing has been conducted in accordance with California Specification 01350 to model the estimated VOC emissions levels in a standard classroom and office environment. The total VOC emissions were found to be below the lower limit of measurability and all Read More
Thank you for your interest in TrafficMaster Ceramica Concrete Resilient Vinyl Tile. This is a low-VOC, FloorScore certified product. VOC emissions testing has been conducted in accordance with California Specification 01350 to model the estimated VOC emissions levels in a standard classroom and office environment. The total VOC emissions were found to be below the lower limit of measurability and all individual VOC compounds were well below the maximum allowable concentrations set by the State of California, which is reflected by this product's FloorScore certification. You can view the FloorScore certification here: http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/9a/9a290670-60c6-41f4-b224-a3f581c8de75.pdf Read Less
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See THDCustomerService answer, which means the manufacturer doesn't want to answer publicly and admit that they are NOT low VOC.
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September 8, 2014
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Dear Valued Home Depot Customer,
We reached out to the MFG for more information and find their response below.
"You can call our customer service department at 866-843-8453 for any question."
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 49 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent tile alternative After much back and forth about how to finish our kitchen floor, we finally settled on peel and stick vinyl tile- cheaper than ceramic, and much easier to install ourselves. We still wanted a high-end look, so we went with rectangular tile and installed it in a herringbone pattern, with grout. The installation was simple (once we had cleaned and leveled the subfloor) and even the grouting was easy for a first-time DIYer. All told, a fairly large kitchen and adjacent hallway was tiled and grouted by two people in about four hours. Our kitchen looks thousands of dollars better, for a couple of hundred. June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Looks great, easy install. Worried about wear I want to make this concise and to the point, but I want you to know I also put a lot of stock in reviews. My wife and I bought this, with heavy influence from the reviews of others on here. Positives. It looks great, there is no getting around that. We couldn’t be happier with how it looks. We took two different colors of this same brand with the bulk being the concrete color and a few darker pieces sprinkled in for variety. Laying the flooring was a breeze, we had no issue with adhesion but we did take time to prep the floor. We ripped out all the old flooring and then installed a new ¼ plywood base. A single coat of the recommended primer was applied after that. The tiles stuck like glue. We put down the wrong color once during the install and had to really work to get it up. We actually ended up destroying that tile in the process, it was so glued down. We used a vinyl tile cutter for the nice long straight cuts and that significantly reduced our install time-highly recommend that to others. For the multi cuts on a single piece the utility knife and straight edge proved sufficient. Value was good for the money and we are happy with what we paid and how it looks. Negatives. There is only one negative, but it was a major issue after install and that has to do with scratches on the flooring. We used the recommended grout and in the process of putting that in, the sand in the mix did scrape the finish off various pieces on the floor as the float would go over the grout lines at the 45 degrees and onto the tile. That was a huge disappointment. I have no idea how it will stand up to the kids we have if that scratched it, but we are worried. I’ve grouted floors before and never had this issue of the grout actually eating away at the finish layer. Again, it was just 5 pieces out of the whole lot, but to spend that much time ripping out the old floor, installing a new subfloor and getting the tiles laid down only to have a few pieces already suffering finish damage was just disheartening. If the rest of the floor holds up, we will live with the scratches, but we are very worried about how much wear this floor will be able to take. Believe me, we are hoping it holds up. March 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LOVE! LOVE! LOVE! I could not be happier with this tile! We replace old, dingy linoleum in our kitchen and laundry room. Installation was very easy and we chose to grout with 1/8 spacer. I would definitely recommend grouting because I feel like it pulls the whole look together. My husband was skeptical of the color at first but after getting it all put down and grouted, he agrees that we made the right choice! We have gotten tons of compliments on it so far and my mother in law actually wants to pull up her porcelain tile and replace it with this! I would most definitely recommend this product, it's beautiful, easy, and budget friendly :) December 15, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Wrong color -color on hand is different from picture online Wrong color - different tone of color compare when items delivered July 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Absolutely love this flooring! I had some reservations about purchasing this floor, but I am so happy I moved forward with my purchase. This has been easy to install and it looks so beautiful! You cannot tell it is peel and stick - looks like the real deal without the annoyances of real tile (cold, breakable). I bought this for our kitchen and plan to purchase more for the bathrooms. June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by My new favorite flooring This is now my new favorite flooring. It is quite thick, so it has a better feel and is good at covering the subfloor. Also, the finish if non-slip and very similar to ceramic tile. May 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great product!! Loved the dark gray color a little hard to cut but the finished product is gorgeous. Very easy to install once cut and I laid mine right over top of my old tile. Love it!!! October 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Seem a little lighter than the picture FYI We were concerned when we got them because they seemed lighter than the online photos. However they still looked good in our space so we went for it. It took about 6 hours to redo a 75 sq ft kitchen floor from start to finish. Used the alabaster colored grout as recommended. We are very happy with the final look. Cutting was a little difficult with just a utility knife and a linoleum knife, I wish there was a tool to make it easier but we managed. August 9, 2015
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