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Colours Self adhesive Pecan Oak effect Vinyl plank 0.97m² Pack
These pecan oak effect vinyl planks will create a traditional, elegant look. They are simple to lay so they are perfect for most rooms in your home. Durable and easy to clean, they are a great, low maintenance option for any busy household.
- Recommended for - All types of room, except wet rooms
Features and Benefits
- Quick and easy installation
- Easy to maintain
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Mocabs - 4 months ago
I laid these in an afternoon and it was so easy! They have totally transformed our kitchen. They look great down and clean very nicely. Had them down a month now and lots of people have commented on how much they look like wooden flooring. I’d definitely recommend!
easy, cheap and effective
pixie64 - 7 months ago
laid these over existing brown tiles. tools- pencil. ruler, scissors, cushion for my butt!. Floored the bedroom for £150. planks do look different colours in the pack but when they are laid it all makes sense
Really helped to transform the kitchen
Norbs2601 - 7 months ago
This flooring has really helped to transform kitchen update. Only took a couple of hours to lay it and was so easy to do
Looks lush out of the pack, but disappointing :/
iron_chicken - 11 months ago
Good points are that the planks look super nice; the wood grain is realistic, the colour is beautiful and consistent - 10 out of 10 for presentation.
They are also totally easy-mode to install and cut (just score and snap).
However.... proceed with caution unless your base floor is perfect!
I would suggest the design/construction of them is not suitable for all floor types. If you have any imperfections in the floor these will not sit flat or stick. I think they could be improved in two ways:
1) make the planks from more flexible vinyl - in their current form the vinyl is brittle. Yes, this helps with scoring and snapping, but it’s big minus when it comes to accommodating imperfections in the floor you're laying them on. More flexibility would allow a bit of 'give' and hopefully prevent cracking/warping.
2) make the adhesive cushioned - currently they have a film of contact adhesive, which has pretty good grab. But if your base floor is in any way uneven, or has ridges etc there will be parts of the plank that simply won't lay flat and stick – I have tried all sorts to keep them stuck, but to no avail. They will eventually lift. A cushioned adhesive would go a long way to sorting this design fault, I think.
Basically, they look good, but they are too inflexible - a softer vinyl and/or cushioned adhesive would make them much more practical and long-lasting.
Overall disappointed - although I only laid these a couple months ago, I can already see I will need to replace the flooring within the next year.
Right product for the job
Clitheroe - 1 year ago
I used the self-adhesive vinyl planks for the floor of a small on-suite toilet & washbasin I've installed. The usage is not going to be massive so wear will not be an issue, having said that I've no reason to believe that the planks will not stand up to wear. The cost was a fraction of the Karndeans and Amticos of this world. The self adhesive feature was really useful, but it's essential to ensure that the sub-floor is perfectly dust free and clean before laying the planks. Also, have weights or heavy objects to hand which can be left overnight (or longer) on the laid planks to make sure they bed down well. Enabling the planks to acclimatise to their new environment is essential to help with bedding down. If anything, the adhesive could have done with being a little stronger or thicker - but it's done the job OK.
I fitted a BTW toilet in front of a hidden wall mounted cistern. The back board between the hidden cistern and the BTW toilet needed a durable covering, I didn't fancy tiling it, painting would not be durable, so I used the planking as a wall covering. It's the same as the floor, so it actually makes the small facility look bigger than it is. The back board is removable for maintenance, I secured it with domed mirror screws.
All in all, a neat job and the self-adhesive vinyl planks were a really good find. They solved the issues well, and economically.
Please with how it all came together - and so is the lady of the house, my wife.
PROS & TIPS: - good price, self adhesive, relatively easy to use (make sure you stanley knife has a new blade!), waterproof(ish), looks well, versatile, watch the video on installing LVT.
CONS: adhesive can be a little thin - you have to be innovative to make sure that the planks are bedded down well in order to aid the sticking or curing of the self adhesive layer.