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Lowe's - 25% Off Armstrong Peel- And -Stick Tile

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Armstrong Flooring Crescendo 1-Piece 12-in x 12-in Groutable Cream Pearl Peel-And-Stick Stone Vinyl Tile $0.81 Was $1.08.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Armstron.../999978470

4 stars with 19 Reviews.


Armstrong Flooring Crescendo 1-Piece 12-in x 12-in Groutable Camaberley Limestone Peel-And-Stick Stone Luxury Vinyl Tile
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Armstron.../999978562

4.5 Stars with 4 Reviews.
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Grout a peel and stick? Lol
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Grout a peel and stick? Lol
I have seen the it work and it looks very good. Makes sense in at least one scenario.
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Grout a peel and stick? Lol
Yes absolutely, works great.
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Yes absolutely, works great.
I did it in my previous home in an upstairs bathroom and years later still going strong.
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They give you the look of stone tile with a fraction of the cost.
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Grout a peel and stick? Lol
Trust me don't buy this product. The planks that you don't grout are the only good ones in the peel/stick category.
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Trust me don't buy this product. The planks that you don't grout are the only good ones in the peel/stick category.
Why do you say that? I have never tried the peel and stick plank, only the nicer LVP... Do the peel and stick pack really compare to low to midrange luxury vinyl plank?
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Trust me don't buy this product. The planks that you don't grout are the only good ones in the peel/stick category.
Just saying "trust me" without any details provided as to why, doesn't bring anything to the discussion.

Can you elaborate? Have you have bad experiences with it? Is there something you know about the adhesives used being poor quality? What do you know; that you think others should also be informed about to not use this product, because the sample of reviews there and also on Google say otherwise. Thanks in advance.
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I installed these in the kitchen of my rental house. They have stood up well and the grout steps it up a notch. Obviously you won't mistake these for marble, but the ease of installation and the look are great from a cost/benefit ratio.
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Oh, and unfortunately they don't seem to be on sale in my area.
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Question for those who have used these:

I have a bathroom project coming up in which the subfloor is too thin to install normal tile without a high risk of cracking and I can't add thickness to the subfloor because a level transition is needed. I was thinking about throwing down a floating vinyl plank, but would these be a viable alternative and would they, or the grout lines, not crack when the floor flexes?

Just searching for options that would be a step above sheet vinyl.
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Question for those who have used these:

I have a bathroom project coming up in which the subfloor is too thin to install normal tile without a high risk of cracking and I can't add thickness to the subfloor because a level transition is needed. I was thinking about throwing down a floating vinyl plank, but would these be a viable alternative and would they, or the grout lines, not crack when the floor flexes?

Just searching for options that would be a step above sheet vinyl.
I would think this would work fine. I can't imagine the subfloor flexing that much with these to crack the grout. This is the 2nd house I've used these with zero problems. Hard to believe how clean the grout lines are too when finished.
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Last edited by markinlj August 10, 2017 at 04:20 PM.
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