Yes, works well on adhesive backed vinyl planked flooring.
So this is a light soft roller and was great for peel and stick. But in your case, I would rent the heavy glue down roller. Pretty sure Home Depot has them. Do sections at a time to get nice adhesion. Good luck. Pick up a pair of knee pads while there too. You’ll be glad.
Yes, The Roberts Extendable Floor Roller extends up to 27 in. and includes 2 handles for maximum leverage. This product can be easily used to roll vertically or horizontally = floor and wall coverings.
Once you've extended the roller handle make sure you twist lock it but good. When I install a sheet of wall protection I use my weight every chance I get, arms alone do not give the pressure needed, and arms tire out if installing all day. If rollering above the shoulders, I fist the handle end into my shoulder and lean into it. if waist high I fist the handle into my hip and put my weight into it. I keep handle into hip and bend my knees and start low then push upward with my weight at my hip. Push bubbles outward. Apply pressure from the roller everywhere on the sheet to ensure vinyl-to-glue and glue-to-wall contact. If you come back the next day and see bubbles, just roller (push) the bubbles out, the glue in that bubble may still be wet enough to stick. Oh I weigh a bit more than you, the question isn't can it hold your weight, the question is how much weight can you apply?
I think you have a disfunctional roller
You must have gotten one with handle missing.
Works excellent for floating tile subfloors with radiant heat !!
I guess it would be, but why not own your own and be worry free that you have one
This could be what your looking for if your wanting to roll it over the board to stick to the adhesive