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Allure Traffic Master Flooring

Posted by claga (My Page) on
Thu, May 31, 12 at 12:44

Has anyone used the Traffic Master floating floor made by Allure and sold at Home Depot?
Pro's / Con's

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RE: Allure Traffic Master Flooring

I used it for the kitchen floor in my current 1500 sq ft ranch. It is not an expensive floor and it has a little bit of a cheap look to it. I used their white color which I don't think they sell any longer. It was more a grey color and never looks dirty. It was easy to install but you have to stick it right the first time, I found them difficult to separate and reposition.

I've had it down a year and it has held up well under two active dogs. Their claws made some marks in it initially but they didn't penetrate the surface at all and as I suspected, they no longer show now.

I've splilled a couple liquids on them and wiped them up with no problem. They are thin but for me they were the perfect height with subfoors to match the height of the hardwood I have in the rooms that adjoin the kitchen.

For an inexpensive floor they lay flat and look decent. They now have a commercial line you can order at HD that has some more interesting patterns and options and I would they would be more durable.

RE: Allure Traffic Master Flooring

Couple photos

From Judy's New Kitchen

From Judy's New Kitchen

RE: Allure Traffic Master Flooring

Thanks hags,
We are looking at the floating click together option to use on an enclosed porch over a crawl space in Maine.
We are hoping to find a floor that will hold up to the temperature and humidity changes.

Thanks again for your input and photo's.

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