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Autumn Oak 6 in. W x 36 in. L Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring (24 sq. ft. / case)

  • Ceramic bead surface coating resists scratches and stains
  • Water resistant flooring installs easily using GripStrip design
  • Can be installed over Concrete, tile, vinyl or wood
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TrafficMASTER flooring
Water Resistant Flooring
Flooring Installation Type
Flooring Installation Location
Scratch Resistant Flooring
Installable Over Subfloors
Air Quality Certification
Easy to Clean
Manufacture Warranty
Flooring Buying Guide
Flooring Installation Guide
TrafficMASTER features a patented GripStrip installation method - easily install with pre-attached adhesive strips to create a beautiful floating floor. No additional adhesive or heavy tools required. TrafficMASTER is water resistant and can be installed almost anywhere including basements, kitchens, bathrooms, and high traffic areas. Concerned about wear and tear? Our product is protected by a 30 year residential warranty and features a ceramic bead surface coating that resists everyday scratches and stains. This flooring is both phthalate-free and formaldehyde-free to ensure product safety. Enjoy your newly installed floor within hours! Achieve a natural wood look at an affordable price.
  • Embossed; low gloss; authentic design
  • 3.8 mm thickness x 6 in. width x 36 in. length
  • Water-resistant; can be installed in most rooms of your home or business - above, on or below grade
  • Can be installed over most existing surfaces including tile, wood, concrete and vinyl
  • Residential Use
  • Easy to maintain, no-wax flooring - simply clean with a dust mop, vacuum or pH neutral cleaner
  • Don't forget your coordinating trim and installation accessories - available on homedepot.com and shipped directly to your home or to your local Home Depot store; your choice
  • All online orders for this item may ship in multiple parcel packages or on a pallet via truckline carrier depending on order quantity
  • Easy to install; Patented GripStrip Installation Method
  • For use indoors and in temperature-controlled environments only
  • Planks per carton: 16 planks; sq. ft. per carton: 24
  • Actual item color may vary from device screen representation; we recommend that you order a sample and view it in the room where your flooring will be installed
  • Backed by a 30-year limited residential warranty
  • View The Home Depot's Vinyl Flooring Buying Guide
  • Don’t forget your coordinating trim and moldings – shop Performance Accessories in the Get Everything You Need section below.



    Coordinating floor moldings for use with Lifeproof vinyl floors


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Ratings
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Wear Layer Thickness (mil)4 MIL44 MIL4 MIL
Installation MethodGrip StripGrip StripGrip StripGrip Strip
Flooring LookWood LookWood LookWood LookWood Look
Installs Over SubfloorConcrete,Plywood,Tile,VinylConcrete,Plywood,Tile,VinylConcrete,Plywood,Tile,VinylConcrete,Plywood,Tile,Vinyl
FeaturesMark Resistant,Scratch Resistant,Skid Resistant,Stain ResistantMark Resistant,Scratch Resistant,Skid Resistant,Stain ResistantMark Resistant,Scratch Resistant,Skid Resistant,Stain ResistantMark Resistant,Scratch Resistant,Skid Resistant,Stain Resistant
Water ProtectionWater ResistantWater ResistantWater ResistantWater Resistant
Vinyl StyleWoodWoodWoodWood
LocationBathroom,Floor,KitchenBathroom,Floor,KitchenBathroom,Floor,KitchenBathroom,Floor,Kitchen
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Specifications

Dimensions

Approximate Tile Size
6x36
Product Length (in.)
36 in
Product Thickness (mm)
3.8
Product Width (in.)
6 in
Wear Layer Thickness (mil)
4

Details

Application Location
Floor
Color Family
Brown
Color/Finish
Autumn Oak
Commercial / Residential
Residential
Edge Type
Straight Edge
Features
Mark Resistant,Scratch Resistant,Skid Resistant,Stain Resistant
Flooring Look
Wood Look
Flooring Product Type
Vinyl Plank
Gloss
Low Gloss
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Installation Method
Grip Strip
Installs Over Subfloor
Concrete,Plywood,Tile,Vinyl
Location
Bathroom,Floor,Kitchen
Material
Vinyl
Minimum Acclimation Period
2 Days
Plank Width
Medium plank (5.1 in - 6.9 in)
Product Weight (lb.)
37 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Style
Classic
Underlayment Options
Underlayment Not Required
Vinyl Style
Wood
Water Protection
Water Resistant

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
30 year residential warranty

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
    out of 243 reviews
  • 87%recommend this product
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Beautiful but that’s it
I searched high and low for the perfect pattern for my new floor. Worked with a contractor to pick and all of the durability ratings matched our home with kids and pets. Unfortunately this product didn’t even hold up through installation. On day 1 I began to notice scuffs and knicks all the way down to the gray backing JUST during installation traffic. Within the first few days, several planks popped along the edge, gaps opened up between planks and top began peeling on cut pieces. Very frustrated with the poor quality of this product! Contractor said he contacted the company for advice and was directed to a “paint/patch kit” to fill in gaps and knicks. Floor is less than a year old and looks like we have lived with it for 20 years. Don’t waste your money despite the unique and beautiful pattern.
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    Very good floor option , easy to install and looks...
    Very good floor option , easy to install and looks nice .
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    This flooring was affordable and is just what I needed for my childcare. Its waterproof ! Easier ...
    This flooring was affordable and is just what I needed for my childcare. Its waterproof ! Easier clean ups
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    Looks nice but adhesive is not good on random pieces so after install they begin to lift and you ...
    Looks nice but adhesive is not good on random pieces so after install they begin to lift and you constantly have to press them into place
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    The best flooring I have ever had easy to install holds up under heavy traffic even dog paws and ...
    The best flooring I have ever had easy to install holds up under heavy traffic even dog paws and easy to clean
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    not the same floor as pictured
    The color is NOT EVEN CLOSE and when I talked to home depot customer service they were very nice and gave me the number for the company that makes the floor. The lady that I talked to from there was very rude and basically told me that I shouldnt trust the pictures. TO HOME DEPOT: CHANGE THE PICTURE. The flooring that I got has absolutely no grey in it at all and is brown instead of tan
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      This product came highly recommended from a friend of mine who uses it in his rental properties. ...
      This product came highly recommended from a friend of mine who uses it in his rental properties. We started laying it yesterday, it actually is pretty easy to install once you get the hang of it which only takes putting a few pieces together. Be sure to align the corner and the short end first and then push against the already installed floor to get a tight joint on the long side while holding the piece you're installing at an angle so glue strip doesn't adhere before you want it to. Picked this color mostly because it was on sale but once we got some on the floor, I really like it. From what I've read, be sure to go over with 100lb floor roller to make sure the glue joints adhere correctly. We'll see how it holds up but based on recommendation from my friend and the majority of the reviews on this flooring, I'm anticipating it lasting for a good amount of time.
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      One of the most realistic looking vinyl floors out there. The grain looks real, I fooled my cousi...
      One of the most realistic looking vinyl floors out there. The grain looks real, I fooled my cousin because at first glance, looks like real wood. Awesome value. We've had ours installed on our stairs and a landing and it still looks just as beautiful as the day we put it in. Wish that they made this same wood grain in more colors.
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        For the money this is a great product. Purchased Autumn Oak online, it looks very real and color ...
        For the money this is a great product. Purchased Autumn Oak online, it looks very real and color quality held true for all 5 boxes. The key to installing Allure Grip Strip is let the product acclimate to your home temp at least 3 days. Very important - work clean. I vacuum constantly while installing so no dirt or dust gets on the grip strip. I chose this product because floors are not perfectly flat and beyond tolerance of click & lock products. Allure Grip Strip is forgiving and flows with and hugs the floor and looks great. There was a huge downside. I special ordered Autumn Oak online, every box had damaged planks. I did not know it till I got to the bottom of each box. The grip strips were cracked at the seam where it is attached to the plank. Some were cracked at the bottom of the plank as if the box were dropped on end, other planks were cracked along the long edge. Took careful planning to use in a place where damaged edge would be cut off. Was not always possible so taped the edge on some planks. I did not have the cracked plank problem with Allure I purchased at the store that was in stock. During transit the boxes must get thrown around. You need to order an additional box to cover damaged goods. Also, I find Home Depot's product estimator is too tight an estimate. I would pad it out by a box.
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          This review is to pay it forward, because many other reviews helped me select this product. I wen...
          This review is to pay it forward, because many other reviews helped me select this product. I went with vinyl plank because I installed it in a kitchen, where water is a potential issue. Laminate did not make sense for a kitchen. The big decision point was the locking type of planks vs the adhesive. With this product, it is a 'grip strip' system, which the adhesive bonds are at the edges of the planks and not the entire board. The reason I decided on the grip strip was because vinyl planks are generally much thinner than laminate boards. I was concerned that the locking channels on the planks might not be deep enough to maintain the interlocking strength. I looked at many locking vinyl planks, and just felt it was not robust enough. The adhesive option seemed better. In the event that a board might lift over time, some liquid nails or gorilla glue will surely remedy the situation. I'm not expecting any issues, but at least I have a contingency. The adhesive bonds are very strong once you put it down. I did not use a roller, but tamped down with a rubber mallet, and walked the seams. No way those seams could be any tighter. If you go slowly and make sure your seams meet flush, you will not see any seams unless you get down on your knees and really search for them. The floor is absolutely beautiful looking. No worries about aesthetics. Here is the big issue. Despite the claim that this is likely the 'easiest' floor you might install yourself, it is still hard work. You will be on your knees, in awkward positions, and for many hours. Think hard if you want to do that. You might want to hire someone to install this for you if that doesn't seem like something you are keen about. The tag line about easiest install is comparative, but not absolute. I would not say this is easy to install unless you might compare this to laminate or hardwood floors. It's easier for sure, but don't think it's a cakewalk necessarily. Think carefully if you want to do this. Perhaps first do one small room before deciding on a big area. Even though they tell you only a utility knife is needed to cut the boards, I would still advise a guillotine type cutter like those used with laminate. The reason is simply that you will make straight cuts that are very clean, without a lot of fussing. If you use a utility knife, make sure to also have a square to help you get a very straight line. However, cuts with a knife scores the top vinyl layer, and then you break the board apart; these are not clean cuts. Sometimes you might want to use pieces of boards for irregular room nuances, and having clean cuts like from the factory will be a godsend. It will make the job easier, and you will likely waste less material. Further, you might be an eighth of an inch or so off in your measuring, and trimming off a tiny amount with the knife is maddening, and very difficult to cut clean and straight. Plus, working with that knife can be a little bit dangerous if you are not super careful. Carpenters rule; always measure twice, and cut only once. What this means is please go slowly if you are new at this. There is always the desire to just get it done, but the devil is in the details. You want to get those seams tight, and also carefully consider all of the geometry in your room. If your room is perfectly square, as you will notice most of the instructions assume, measuring and cutting is much more simplistic. If you have irregular dimensions, such as in and around a kitchen, you really have to plan this out carefully. Nothing worse than laying a bunch of boards, and coming up in a jam where you just didn't consider all of the implications. No surprise is a good surprise. They tell you that you can pull the boards apart once they are initially joined, but careful with this. You might be able to do it one time if you do it very quickly. As you do that, some of the adhesive will pull off, so there might be a consequence down the line. Just try and get things right the first time when you join boards. An occasional pull up isn't curtains if done immediately, but within several minutes, becomes much more of an issue. Here is something to consider. If you have any minor imperfections in your measuring, have unsightly gaps anywhere, such as around your trim/molding/walls, or even a misaligned seam, don't fret. I made a couple of boo-boos, and fixed them up using Elmer's wood filler. I did not want to pull up existing boards, so I covered up my sins using the wood filler. No one would ever be the wiser! In the end, this is a very cost effective solution that will look very nice in any home. I expect it to be durable and reasonably lasting. I am very happy with the new kitchen floor given the low cost for a complete makeover. I did not know whether to give this a 4 or 5 star rating, given that I don't know how the floor will perform over time. For now, I'll say 5, and will update in the future only if necessary. I hope that this review will help others. Happy Flooring.
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