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Old 08-15-2017, 09:19 PM   #1
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Marmoleum Questions

Hi all, I'm restoring many aspects of the interior of a 60' Tradewind and am curious if anyone has used the Forbo Click Marmoleum? The sheet material is out because I would like to use two alternating colors. I've been focused on the square tiles but can't get one of the colors. Looks like the colors are available in the Click line though which is designed to be a floating floor and may not work in caravans whose floor is in motion going down the road. I'm thinking I could put dabs of construction adhesive in all four corners of the tile which would secure them against lifting. The other side of this solution is as a floating floor it is designed to expand and contract with temp & moisture and this process would be hindered. Anyone been here?
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Old 06-15-2019, 08:11 PM   #2
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I also am curious to see if anyone has tried these new marmoleum click together floating 12 x 12 tiles?
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We put in a combination of the 12X12 and 12X36 (30X30cm & 30X90cm) to create a pattern in all but the bathroom. The bathroom was done in the 12X12. It is under all the cabinets, banquette, etc. Only the bathtub and front fresh water tank are on the sub-floor.

There are items secured through the click into the sub-floor: stove, frig, banquette, water pump, etc. None of the cabinets. They are secured through the walls and ceiling.

We left it floating and its been in two years now. No issues with movement so far. We do keep it heated in the cooler months.

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This will be the first year its kept under a roof while stored.

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57Vintage that looks absolutely amazing! I do love your refinished woodwork too it all looks so sparkling clean and totally keeping the retro feel. I'm going to give this product a go! Thank you for posting these photos!
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