Hazal Beytut: Hi, can you remove this again from the floor without big damage ( i live in a rented apartment and i am not allowed to make permanent changes) ? thanks (:
etil hcir: NOPE ! freak THAT IM CALLING A CARPENTER.
Jim Oliver: TAKE NOTE !! I was told to use a primer "first" or the tiles would "peel up" after time. Research it, before you follow this video.
Angie Crego: Can I remove it cleanly?I wouldn't be using grout. I'm renting.
Joe Vincent: Very informative, thank you. FYI. The word Thoroughly is mispelled in your introduction.
raymond bailey: i have done my bedroom,hallway and living room with vinyl looks lovely with a few rugs.
Phallic Rod: Holy freaking crap I can't believe how helpful and concise this is. Thank you!
Brooke Thorpe: so neat and organized I love this demonstration awesome job!
Kysie Wood: I used just the sticky backing on the vinyl tiles as a entry way on my hardwood floor & it worked perfectly without applying any extra glue!
liquidblue: I DIDNT SEE YOU PUT DOWN EXTRA GLUE , HOMEDEPOT TOLD MY HUSBAND AND I TOO BUY EXTRA GLUE COMPOUND BEFORE LAYING STICKY TILE . I'M GETTING OF DIFFERENT WAYS PEOPLE DO THIS AND OTHER THINGS ALSO . I GUESS THERE IS NO ONE WAY TO DO IT PROPERLY . OR MAYBE THEY WERE JUST TRYING TO GET US SPEND OUR MOPNEY , MONEY , MONEY MONEY . . DONT CARE ABOUT THE CUSTOMER .
Matty S: Please, for the love of God! If you plan on installing these sticky tiles, please remove them and leave the floor in a decent condition if you even move home.
I moved into a place that had self adhesive, and after a couple of years they needed to be replaced, and remove these things is freaking hell!
catrashoo: 50% of this video is wrong.
Hellsconsort: Helpful. Thank you.
Matt FitzGerald: What color tile is that and where can i buy it?
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