Rated 4.8 out of 5Â by 48
Rated 5 out of 5Â by ladyprof Truly idiot-proof
I was going to have the floor done by a professional but decided to do it myself. This tile looked like the product. I was so right. The tile arrived quickly with absolutely no damage. I didn't have any rounded cuts to make, but I did have angles. At first I used tin snips (which worked well), but after developing a huge blister on my hand, I tried scoring with a box cutter and snapping it. This was much better -- with smooth edges. I cannot believe how much better the new floor makes my kitchen look. I have yet to grout it, I need to rest before I try that. Oh, did I mention I'm a 65 year old woman without a lot of big DIY experience? If I could do it, so can you!!! Looks just like ceramic tile installed by a pro.
July 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by RonenRoth Remodel made easy!
The tiles look great. They're sturdy and they're organic looking, in the sense that they're not just duplicates of one another, but each have a different look, thus giving the sense of actual stone.
The installation is super easy, shaping it to the contours of the walls or trims is easy and fast. I used a piece of paper to outline the needed shape, traced it to the tile and cut it with a jigsaw as I found this was the fastest and most accurate way for me.
The one thing that I'd point out is that the adhesive needs some weight and time to secure the bond, so if you have a full tile it'll stick easily, but the less surface you have (like if you just need a tiny strip or corner) you'll want to put something weighted on it for an hour or so to ensure the adhesive sticks properly.
Grouting was a breeze as well as cleanup.
Very happy with the results!
July 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by labtech98 Love it!!
We used this vinyl tile in our previous home and decided to use it again because it was easy to install and it held up well. Love the coastal gray color, just wish they had a sample of it in the store. My father had to actually reach down and touch it, because he didn't believe it wasn't ceramic tile. We put it over an old vinyl floor and it adhered perfectly! Just a tip, a little grout goes a long way. the first time we used it, we bought a gallon of grout, but we could have gotten by with a quart.
August 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by RNpro Perfect for Condo Kitchen
We installed this with our new IKEA kitchen and it looks and feels great. Installation is pretty easy once you get the hang of cutting the tiles with the utility knife (we did diagonals). Get lots of razor refills! Make sure to use some kind of floor prep/adhesive. We have a concrete floor and the prep helped the tiles stick firmly in place. We did the grout option and it looks like real tile. So far it's holding up to normal kitchen use.
February 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by JasonL Inexpensive bathroom makeover!
We are selling our mid-90s house, and of course it has the all-white cabinets/floors/tile look from that era. So instead of re-tiling the bath, etc. We went with dark walls and these LVTs. They applied right on top of the existing linoleum/vinyl floor, we can cut them with a razor blade, and used regular grout to finish them off. Saved a ton over ceramic tiles and they look great.
August 19, 2014