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Model DILRBLUE

Internet #202832317

Dilour - Color Blue Texture 18 in. x 18 in. Carpet Tile (12 Tiles/Case)

$1.19 /sq. ft.
Covers 27.00 sq. ft.
$32.13 /case
Color/Finish: Blue/Dilour
  • Bark/ Dilour
  • Blue/Dilour

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The TrafficMASTER Dilour Carpet Tile will allow you to create a fun environment in your recreational room, exercise room, porch, or workroom. This tile can even be used outdoors. An installer and separate adhesives are not needed! You can easily create a new look in an afternoon with this peel and stick system. The 18 in. x 18 in. tiles are cut with the "perfect cut" system, which ensures easy installation for a beautiful floor. The only tools you will need to install are a measuring tape, chalk line, utility knife with a sharp blade and a contractor square. This lightweight, low profile, unpadded tile is very easily maintained by vacuuming or sweeping. In the event of a stubborn stain or damaged tile, simply replace the tile with a new one. These soft-to-the-touch tiles are made from 100% Eco-Fi recycled polyester allowing you to be functional and fun while still being environmentally responsible.

  • 100% Solution-dyed Polyester two tone needle punch construction
  • 3-year limited warranty
  • Naturally stain resistant
  • Durable needle punch construction
  • Resists fading
  • Vacuum or sweep
  • Machine Made
  • Appropriate for residential use
  • Sold by the case
  • Peel and stick backing for easy installation
  • 27 sq. ft. per case, 12 tiles per case. Case weight is 8 lb.
  • 18 in. x 18 in. tiles

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Despite this having adhesive, can I also use carpet glue with it?

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September 22, 2014
I have an outdoor deck with a vinyl lining that has old carpet glue stuck to it. I can't remove the glue without also removing the expensive (and still intact) vinyl. I would like to stick these tiles over it, but I fear they will not adhere well to the old glue. Can I stick a carpet adhesive under these as well to help them adhere to the rougher surface?
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Woodbridge, NJ
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July 18, 2016
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imagine gluing down a scrubby pad or the scrubber side of a sponge to your floor - that's what you would get... minus the sponge.
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November 4, 2014
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you are going to need a lot more than glue..in fact, the glue will come thru the felt..do not waste your time
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September 23, 2014
Answer: 
Hi Lori,
Yes, you may use a carpet adhesive with this tile.
However this is a polyester product, the weather and outdoor environment may cause it to wear it out quickly, you might consider a different product for outdoor use.
Mike
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would this carpet be rough on crawling babies knees?

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August 15, 2014
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Woodbridge, NJ
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July 18, 2016
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imagine your precious child rubbung their baby soft skin on a room carpeted with the scrubby side of a sponge - only not as soft...
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It is very soft and would not be any rougher than other carpet.
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November 4, 2014
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bare floor would be better than these...
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August 16, 2014
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Hey Tucker,
This particular carpet would be a poor choice for any youngster playing on it due to its thinness and makeup versus other carpets out there.
My advice would be to come into your local Home Depot and FEEL, not just see all the carpet selections available.
Choose one with thick padding underneath as well as a softer texture.
Joseph
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This carpet can be...but honestly at the end of the day, you'd be the final judge of that. I will say though, that this would be a poor choice for crawling babies playing on it.
Typically, nylon, wool, and high density carpets are the softest ones in the industry. This is a low pile and thin carpet, which isn't the best choice for any young one to crawl on, especially since this doesn't require Read More
This carpet can be...but honestly at the end of the day, you'd be the final judge of that. I will say though, that this would be a poor choice for crawling babies playing on it.
Typically, nylon, wool, and high density carpets are the softest ones in the industry. This is a low pile and thin carpet, which isn't the best choice for any young one to crawl on, especially since this doesn't require padding.
Come into your nearest Home Depot and FEEL and not just see, the various carpets out there.
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Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good purchase--TIPS BEFORE INSTALLING I love these. Here is some things to think about before installation: 1) Do you want a mosaic effect? Do you want the floor one color? Do you mind seeing the striped rows? Installation directions tells one to turn the pieces so that the nap also turns. This causes one to be able to see each square, and an effect of light and dark squares. If you want this look, it makes the pieces fit together better, with the nap of one carpet covering the hard side of another (one cut edge is a little "harder" than the others, and a black strip shows-you will see this when you look at a piece) I did NOT want that pattern on my floor, so I lined them up all going the same direction (there is an arrow sticker on each piece) Because of this, you can see each ROW of tiles, because the "hard" side matches up with another "hard" side of the square above it. But I wanted color consistency, and it's my basement, so I'm ok with that. I also recommend that one starts from the middle of the floor and work in a square pattern out to the edges, as the directions state, using a chalk line to keep your rows straight. I did not do this, because I have a basement full of stuff, and had to move furniture and work around a pool table (very heavy!) and it was just easier to start in one corner and work out. This worked out fine, but no matter how hard I tried, by the time I got to the end of the room, some rows were off by about 1/4 inch. In the big picture, I am fine with that, and it's really not that noticeable, but for some applications, one would want "perfect". This would not happen as much by starting in the middle and working out.. I did notice that heavy furniture legs will compress the carpet, so I recommend putting a small square of carpet under the corners of cabinets, tables, etc. I have heavy shelves, computer cabinet, pool table and hockey table, so I just put a small, discarded, piece under the disk feet or corners of each. We are moving in a couple of years, so I didnt want to leave the compression for the next family--but if you are staying put, you may not worry about doing this. Just know that if you move a piece later, you may have permanent compression. The glue is just fine. I noticed that it stuck really well once it "cured" for a few hours. They are easy to cut with regular scissors. The nap is very short on this particular kind, but surprisingly soft, and the cold does not come through. I may not use this particular nap for a different application, but for a rec room or bedroom, it is perfect. I ordered 25 boxes and the color was consistent throughout. April 3, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by This is why it's not available in stores 12 tiles weigh about 1 lb...should tell you a lot. It's sheer felt with a slight bit of adhesive. If i saw them in store I would never have purchased them. A sheer waste of time. GARBAGE bags would have done a better job. November 4, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by You get what you pay for. I should have paid more for better quality carpet. The product is very flimsy and "cheap" looking. The peel and stick adhesive is terrible and sticks to virtually nothing. I ended up buying carpet adhesive and using the carpet only inside of storage compartments in my motorhome. Don't waste your money on this. July 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy carpet install Carpet tiles were very easy to install over existing floor. Look great and even feel good to walk on. We have pets and being able to remove and replace a tiles if a pet messes one is a plus. June 17, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Carpet When I first received these carpet tiles I was a little disappointed. They appeared very thin and flimsy. I installed them in our playroom over unfinished hardwood two weeks ago and have been happy with them since. They were very easy to install. I was able to cut them to size with regular scissors and the adhesive has held them in place so far. Once installed they are actually very soft. Easy to install, easy to clean, soft and so far durable. Very happy with these. August 6, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to do, easy to keep! All three kids were able to pitch in and help, with only minimal training. Whole playroom / hallway laid in a day. Trimming to fit around corners and edges was as easy as cutting out cardboard. One note - there can be pretty obvious color variation from box to box, so next time open all the boxes and shuffle the tiles to get an even dispersion rather than have 1-1/2 rows dark, 2 rows light, 3/4 row dark, 1 row light, etc. September 6, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install over old vinyl tile. The tile in our laundry room was decades old. So, there was an advantage to the carpet tile being thin. That made it flexible enough to cover over an uneven floor that had some cracks in the tiles. It was also easy to cut with regular scissors. The laundry room looks so much cleaner and brighter and the tiles are staying "stuck." I just wish I would have done this sooner. September 11, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Felt carpet with a sticky back. Not worth the money. There are many other carpet squares out there that are actual carpet and are a better price. This is nothing more than felt that will not stand up to ANY traffic. February 18, 2014
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