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Colours Grey Oak effect Luxury vinyl click flooring 1.76 m² Pack
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- Recommended for - Most rooms in your home including bathrooms, kitchens & high traffic areas
- Multiple layer construction offers an extremely hardwearing & durable floor
- Glueless easy click fitting
- Water resistant, stain resistant & slip resistant coating that's Easy to clean
- Suitable for use with underfloor heating
- 12 year Guarantee
Features and Benefits
Create a stunning look for any room of your home with these whitewash oak effect luxury vinyl click planks. Whatever your style this beautiful flooring will complement your interior, whether you want to add warmth and colour or lighten your space. Luxury vinyl click combines the look and feel of real wood with the practicalities, softness and quietness of vinyl flooring.
- Embossed finish to create the look and feel of real wood
- Soft, warm and quiet underfoot
- For extra luxury and to level any slight unevenness in the sub-floor Selitbloc underlay is available, designed specifically for luxury vinyl click flooring
- Made from responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber
|Surface finish||Heavy embossed whitewashed|
|Fitting||Glueless easy click fitting|
|Water resistant||Water resistant|
|Care instructions||Clean with a damp cloth or mop with floor cleaner|
|For use on||Any smooth, flat surface as long as it's dry, firm & level|
Not lasting well
Youwontknowunlessyoutry - 3 months ago
Bought and laid about 6 months ago in bathroom.
East to lay and looked good when down. Had early issues with one plan, when slid lengthways a few mm opening one of joints. Easily pushed back, but problem repeats every two or three days (lets assume that was one "bad apple", either fault in joint strip or damaged as I fitted). Real problems have occurred after 3 months wear. Underfloor is chipboard sheets. Recommended underley on that, then the vinyl. Vinyl has split in three places, where I assume there is movement in most floor - one near toilet and one near door (bothslipts across the vinyl), the final one is a lengthways split along the joint of to plans.
I'd recommend if putting onto solid floor, but if there is any "give" in your floor, I'd steer clear.
Don't use on uneven floors!
Andrew111 - 3 months ago
Our builder laid this flooring over fibre board underlay on top of floor boards. After a few weeks we noticed some of the planks had cracked longitudinally.
The builder came back and relaid those.
However more planks starting cracking and again the builder came back to re-lay. They screwed down all loose floor boards, glued and screwed a sheet of hardboard across the entire floor and then foam roll underlay over that (which in hindsight was probably a mistake). All looked good initially and then gaps started appearing between the planks. And now we have another plank that has cracked!
So, unless you have perfectly floors with no flex in them at all then avoid.
We're probably going to get a sheet of vinyl flooring to lay straight over the top....
Kimmy17 - 5 months ago
I recently had this floor fitted in my living room. I'm so disappointed with it after using the correct underlay and having a professional my floor looks so bad I'm thinking of taking it all up again. The short end of the planks do not click together properly and you can see all the short end joints and it looks terrible. It's also hard to clean.
Silverlill1 - 8 months ago
Very easy to lay and looks fantastic down a very good product well recommended
Beautiful look on my kitchen n bathroom
mcdonald - 8 months ago
The finishing is beautiful love expensive but good quality I must say