A: G-Floor GrowFloor would be a great choice for your kitchen. If you flip it over to use the back side, you would lose the benefits of coating being anti-microbial, anti-bacterial, etc. You can seam G-Floor GrowFloor, although, it is also available in larger sizes which might be more convenient, at The Home Depot https://www.homedepot.com/p/Greenhouse-Grow-Room-Absolute-White-Ceramic-Commercial-Residential-Vinyl-Sheet-Flooring-8-5-ft-W-x-22-ft-L-GR50CT8622AWGC/315043577?NCNI-5 and https://www.homedepot.com/p/Greenhouse-Grow-Room-Absolute-White-Ceramic-Commercial-Residential-Vinyl-Sheet-Flooring-10-ft-x-61-ft-GR50CT1061AWGC/315043611?NCNI-5. You can call or email the manufacturer, Better Life Technology, at 1-877-810-6444 or CustomerService@bltllc.com to get a sample of the flooring.
A: Hi SRW, Over time the G-Floor flooring will conform to the subfloor, so it should be installed over a clean, smooth and dry surface.
A: My G-Floor has taken a lot of abuse in my greenhouse and has held up under a lot of different conditions. I'd say yes in response to your question, especially since the Homer product page for this material lists it as being Indoor/Outdoor. At just under 2 mm thick it's pretty tuff stuff.
A: Hi Marci, The GrowFloor Flooring needs to be completely adhered for outdoor use. It is anti-microbial, anti-bacterial and mold-, moisture-, and UV resistant. However the flooring has not been tested for this application.
A: Hi Tanya, Thank you for your interest in G-Floor GrowFloor. Yes, it can be used indoors. It would need to be completely adhered with an adhesive that is suitable for vinyl and exterior conditions. Be sure to follow all manufacturer instructions.