Model # 38712

Internet #203301267

TrafficMASTER Premium 12 in. x 12 in. Copper Slate Vinyl Tile (30 sq. ft. / case)
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Discontinued TrafficMASTER

Premium 12 in. x 12 in. Copper Slate Vinyl Tile (30 sq. ft. / case)

  • Peel and stick application offers ease of installation
  • Can be installed over most subfloors
  • Easy maintenance

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TrafficMASTER Premium 12 in. x 12 in. Resilient Vinyl Tile is the perfect value oriented choice for high traffic residential areas. It offers an easy peel-and-stick installation method. TrafficMASTER Premium can be installed over most existing surfaces. It is also easy to clean and maintain.

  • Textured, low-gloss finish for an attractive look
  • 2 mm thickness x 12 in. width x 12 in. length
  • Appropriate grade for installation: Above grade, On grade and Below grade
  • Can be installed over most existing floors
  • Residential and commercial use
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • For use indoors and in temperature environments only; refer to the installation guide for detailed instructions

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I also want to know if there is a pattern to use on this product.

We tried to set a pattern but it is very frustrating ... This is a "Slate" look product and I am wondering if a pattern should be used. It has been very difficult to establish a good pattern... Help us please .. we are already sorry we bought the tile due to trying to figure out what looks good. If we have not already put down 1/3 of the tile we would bring it back. But we do not want to spend any more money!
Asked by: Louie
There's no pattern to follow. Different boxes have different patterned tiles, i just mixed all mine up so they looked totally random, it looks more like stone that way. Ignore the arrows, you can turn each tile 4 ways so there is lots of variety. (Grouted with blue hawk vinyl grout in picture)
Answered by: Gb
Date published: 2015-12-11

Is the warrenty valid if installed in a home garage? Also, any reccomendations if being installed in that location?

I am looking for an attractive "stone" finish for my garage and slate is the perfect match. Natural slate stone has a rough finish, requires sealing, etc. so this didn't seem viable. Ceramic slate appearance is quite labor intensive and expensive. Considering the very high usage of VCT flooring systems out there, I thought this product can give me the look I want, at the price I want, my only concern is durability. I have a motorcycle and SUV that would be parked in the garage, as well as a small woodworking area, bikes, etc. I want to make sure that it is rated for the type of usage it will see so that it doesn't start peeling, etc. like my vinyl floors in the bathroom did.
Asked by: cyberxbx
Imho This stuff isn't durable enough for garage use. The top layer with the pattern is thin, and while it's tough enough for household use, I'd expect that driving cars over it would be pretty brutal. I'd look for a product that specifies garage use being appropriate. Read the warrantee. If it says anything like "covered for normal household use", a garage would void it.
Answered by: Gb
Date published: 2015-09-20

Is there a specific pattern? If so, what is it?

Is the picture the entire flooring laid out? I'm covering a small area and I am trying to get the flow going but am having a difficult time.
Asked by: hollywood
No. There are about ten different tile desigs, each of which can be turned four different ways. Mix ’em up and try to avoid repeated patterns, and it will look the most stone like Different boxes have different assortments, so unpack all your tiles and mix them up before starting
Answered by: Gb
Date published: 2015-10-15

Can this tile be grouted? If so what should I use? I want to use it on my bathroom floor and want to keep moisture away.

Can this tile be grouted? If so what should I use? I want to use it on my bathroom floor and want to keep moisture away.
Asked by: PLHJC
Another customer in July 2015 said, "Laid this tile with blue hawk vinyl grout over a year ago. Floor still looks good as new, and looks like ceramic tile due to the grouting. Best decorating deal ever." They even posted a picture of the grouted tile. They said it was over a year old. From the picture it looked beautiful. Some other customers posted without grouting. The grouted looked the best. I am looking into grouting.
Answered by: TNCustomer
Date published: 2016-05-09
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Premium 12 in. x 12 in. Copper Slate Vinyl Tile (30 sq. ft. / case) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nice tiles but my color is coming off..... Well I loved these tiles at first but my tiles have white specks all over them after having them down for 2 years. I am so disappointed because they seemed to be made nicely when I purchased them.
Date published: 2016-09-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Attractive and Easy to Install but .... I am very pleased with the overall look of these vinyl tiles. I have a few installation tips however. (1) Consider using additional adhesive. I am finding tiles are lifting around the edges and I have to squeeze Gorilla glue underneath to get them to stick. It could just be due to my existing floor surface. (2) Do not make the contact too tight around the baseboard/walls. I think I forced some tile edges too tight up against the walls and they buckled up. Again, I had to use glue to keep them in place. (3) Do not be averse to using the vinyl tile grout. It helps cover imperfections at the seams. (4) Use a heavy roller after installation, as suggested by the manufacturer. The rolling pin solution or just body weight doesn't provide enough force to really push the adhesive into uneven surfaces of the existing surface.
Date published: 2014-08-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great tiles, with a few caveats These tile are absolutely gorgeous. Though they were not meant to be grouted, I read several reviews by customers who grouted them anyway, and were happy with the results. So I did that, and the floor spectacular! Even my installer was impressed by the finished product. With the grout, they don't look like cheap vinyl tiles at all, but a much more expensive product There are some issues, however, so I'm going to provide clear details on those for prospective customers: Color: tiles vary greatly in color, as you'd expect from slate. most are some combination of copper browns and shades of grey. Overall, it's a 50-50 mix, with great variance from tile to tile. There are also some tiles that have no grey at all, and are completely reddish brown, or golden brown with splotches of darker brown. Some have a deeper cool red, almost a hint of burgandy. And then there are tiles that are almost completely charcoal grey, with maybe a tiny splotch of brown in one corner. Overall, there are at least a dozen different tile designs, with variations within each design. The catch is, there's no telling what tiles any one box will contain. My first box had four tile designs:red, gold, mostly grey, and 50/50. my second box was one third gold tiles, with many other designs in rust and grey. I had one box where every tile was mostly grey, with 9 tiles that were just dark grey with a tiny bit of rust in one corner. And in one box all the tiles had really pale greys, that didn't seem to go with the other tiles. ....so I unloaded all 360 tiles for my project, sorted them by design, and then mixed them up as i laid them down. the result was gorgeous. But if i had just laid one box after the other, i would have had one dark grey part of the floor, one golden part, etc. Just disastrous. So: if you are doing a small job, buy your tiles individually and pick out the colors you want. That avoids the problem another reviewer noted, of too much gray. If you want tiles that are predominantly grey , choose those. I'd do that for a larger job too, but if you don't want to do that, make sure you unpack *all* your tiles in advance so you can get a consistent assortment. I will provide a picture of two boxes of copper/grey tiles. The numbers on the stickers show how many of each tile were in the box. Note that in one box, nearly all the tiles were one of just three patterns. Grout: I was advised not to grout these, as 2mm tiles are too shallow to grout. Originally I was going to put them over my existing vinyl, and my installer was very worried about grout sticking properly. Then we stripped off the top layer of vinyl. The layer under it had been treated with a leveling compound and had a textured surface. My installer used regular grout and it worked like a dream. So....I strongly recommend if you grout this stuff over vinyl, you take the time to rough up the floor a bit, so the grout has something to hang onto. The result was spectacular, and looks very expensive. Even my previously dubious installer said he was really glad we'd grouted it. Unfortunately, my pictures of the finished floor are loading upside down and I don't know how to fix that. Sorry For tile pattern, I just varied the colors, making sure there were no obvious repeats near each other. With a dozen different designs, each of which can be turned four ways, it's not hard to do, you just have to be careful. So...those are my purchasing and grouting notes. As you can see from my pics, the finished product is really beautiful. Hope that helps someone :-) PS my pictures are loading upside down. I don't see any way on the ipad to fix that. sorry
Date published: 2014-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for DIY This flooring has been in the kitchen of my rental property now for 3 years and still looks great!! I have received many complements and would highly recommend this tile to first time DIYers.
Date published: 2013-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Csff CORRECTION to her review, as Home Depot does not allow for editing of info Grout update: Information I gave is incorrect on certain points, as we learned after my review was written. The grout needed for vinyl tiles is made specifically for vinyl tiles, and says that on the label; regular grout won’t work. Home Depot doesn’t sell vinyl grout, in store or online, so we had to get it at Lowe’s, Blue Hawk brand. (HD people tried to point us to things they did sell, hence the initial confusion.). The result is highly flexible, even when the floor beneath the tiles flexes it all holds together beautifully. The grout bonds directly to vinyl, so if you are laying tiles over a vinyl floor there is no reason to prep the surface, and if it doesn’t come in the color you want, colorants are sold that can be applied to it later. Wanted to make sure that got posted here so no one bought the wrong stuff. Guests who have commented on the new floor all thought the tiles were stone or ceramic. It’s wearing beautifully and looks much more expensive than it was. -------- Turns out there are 2mm tiles that are officially “groutable”, the only difference being that the edges are rounded to look like ceramic. If you don’t care about that aesthetically, there’s no practical reason these tiles can’t be grouted.
Date published: 2014-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what I wanted! My nearby stores didn't carry this pattern so I took a field trip and it was surely worth it. Gorgeous in person, of course installs easily. Just lovely!
Date published: 2013-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks great grouted Laid this tile with blue hawk vinyl grout over a year ago. Floor still looks good as new, and looks like ceramic tile due to the grouting. Best decorating deal ever
Date published: 2015-07-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EXCELLENT! We are so happy with our choice of this tile! It looks awesome in our kitchen and hallway. The installer was very impressed with the quality of the material and the ease of installation! This is one the best purchases we've made at Home Depot.
Date published: 2014-04-08
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