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Old 08-03-2020, 07:05 AM   #1
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Home Depot Traffic Master Peel and Stick Flooring

We have a 2009 25FB CCD and the vinyl flooring looks great but has separated at the edge of the trailer and has areas that are now raised. We live in CO so pretty serious temperature swings.

I have posted here before looking for others who fixed their floors but no responses for th elater model trailers? I'm sure this issue was/is common since AS only glued the floor at the edges and there is bound to be significant expansion and contraction with 100 degree temperature swings through out the year.

Question for today is: Has anyone used HD Traffic Master Peel and Stick Vinyl Flooring in their 2000-2020 trailers? If so would you mind sharing your views on:
1. Ease of installation, did you remove everything? How to trim?
2. Durability, did it stay in place?
3. Tricks? Extra 3M spray adhesive?

There are good threads on numerous products, no need to litigate the click flooring here but if you have used the HD peel and stick products I would love to hear your experiences and advice.
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Old 08-03-2020, 11:42 AM   #2
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I think anything with a "peel & Stick" glue is going to be problematic with the temperature swings. I would look at a product with either a permanent-type glue or a floating floor w/o glue.

We've used Forbo Marmoleum (gluedown sheet) in both our previous & current trailer. Been down about 10 years ago and it's holding up great!

Because we were doing a full restoration, we installed it under all the furniture on our current trailer.

On our previous one, we installed it around the cabinets.

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