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Old 08-05-2011, 11:03 PM   #1
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where can i order this online besides at Home Depot? when i placed my order today, H D ran my debit card 4x, so i'm having the bank cancel their errors. want to order today somewhere else.

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Old 08-05-2011, 11:08 PM   #2
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Have no idea what you are talking about.

Are you wanting the vinyl tile that is supposed to look like ceramic tile?

How about a product name or product number or skew number or link or something more to go on.

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Trafficmaster Ceramica vinyl peel-and-stick tile is a Dupont product sold exclsuively at Home Depot. You can't buy it anywhere else.
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What are you installing this over?
Peel and stick is one flooring I would just flat out refuse to install on any subfloor.
I've seen it shrink, come loose, wear through to many times.

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A finished pine plank floor.
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Why, and yes I'm asking for a reason.
Any thin material like that is going to follow any flaws from the floor below it.
There not going to want to stay stuck to poly.
Why not have the wood floors refinished?

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