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GoodHome Poprock Pecan Wood effect Self adhesive Vinyl plank, 1.11m² Pack
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- Fitting type - Peel & stick
- Self adhesive
- 5 years guarantee
Features and benefits
Change the look of your floor with a peel and stick vinyl flooring that is functional and easy to lay. A simple way to update your interior style.
- The wooden plank embossed pattern imitates a classic pecan real wood floor
- The flooring is easy to install with just a utility knife. The peel and stick function means less mess and no dust is created when laying this floor
- We recommend levelling the floor prior to installation to achieve an optimal finish
- Product certified with low interior air emissions (A+)
- Suitable for small rooms with low to light traffic
|Application method||Self adhesive|
|Resistant to water||Water resistant|
|CE marked||CE marked|
femaleDIY - 2 months ago
Used in bathroom over existing cracked tiles. Easy to cut with sharp blade, no gaps once down. Sticks well. Nice feel under food. Overall would recommend.
Unable to pattern match
Smiggy99 - 3 months ago
I bought 1 pack for a small area. Unfortunately I have not been able to pattern match the boards. They have arrows on the back but apart from that there are no guidelines. I suspect the pack may have been opened in store and mixed up with other packs. Will be returning and looking for a similar product as aprt from that they look good.
podpep - 5 months ago
brought some to do the bathroom was so impressed bought more for the hall
as long as you prep correctly goes down brilliant
ABC123123ABC - 6 months ago
Bought to decorate whole flat while on 3 for 2 so amazing value.
Floors need to be perfect as they will show every lump and bump.
I laid on plywood which in one room wasn't perfect (chips and nail heads that I couldn't screw flush) and also onto floorboards that were uneven. If your floors aren't perfectly flat you may have problems but there are ways to avoid which you will figure out what works for you when you begin to lay. For me personally, it was to try to not have the very edges of the planks near the imperfections as this is when they raise. I did this by laying out to check before sticking down. I also laid mine in the direction of the longest wall which meant going across the floorboards but it came out fine.
I laid in a staggered pattern because it looks the most realistic. In my opinion the brick formation (suggested in the instructions) or laying them straight on doesn't look very good but each to their own. Search "staggered floor pattern" for an example.
Cut edges should go against the wall otherwise it will be impossible to line up any subsequent planks.
All in all it was simple. Needed a Stanley knife, scissors and metal ruler but in the end I was using the factory cut end off an unusable off cut I had. I found it earlier to line up and keep straight.
Not sure how long they will hold up but would def recommend. Looks like real wood not cheap looking at all.
SalB - 7 months ago
We laid this in our living room. Straight onto a concrete floor. Stuck down perfectly without any prep (except for hoovering any dust up). Colour is lovely a warm grey and natural wood. Our floor isnt perfectly flat in places but you would never know once the floor is down. Easy to cut with a stanley knife and good sharp scissors for any awkward bits. The peel off backing came off easily (unlike some other brands). We haven't installed the joining strip yet but we bought an almost perfectly matching one from b and q for between rooms.