To Glue or Not to Glue Vinyl Plank Flooring

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Joined
May 9, 2021
Messages
5
Location
Utah
RV Year
2002
RV Make
Kit
RV Model
Road Ranger 252 TLE
RV Length
26 ft
TOW/TOAD
2013 Chevy Silerado 2500HD
Fulltimer
No
I am going to install Water Proof snap lock Vinyl Plank Flooring in my travel trailer to replace Buckled and cracked Linoleum. The Vinyl Plank I am looking at is Traffic Master at home depot. It has a Rubber like backing and is designed to float. No underlayment needed. Several people in different forums say to Also Glue it down. Home depot says not to glue it down. I would like to hear from those who have installed the Vinyl Plank snap lock flooring in their RV. Did you glue it down or not.
Mel
 
Joined
Dec 16, 2020
Messages
8
Location
Broken Arrow, OK
RV Year
2008
RV Make
Holiday Rambler
RV Model
Atlantis SE
RV Length
31
I used the same flooring in my 2008 class c. I only glued down the edges that went under the slide-out. The remaining flooring I did not glue down, I used PVC quarter-round trim around the perimeter. It looks great and allows a small gap for expansion and contraction.
 
Joined
May 9, 2021
Messages
5
Location
Utah
RV Year
2002
RV Make
Kit
RV Model
Road Ranger 252 TLE
RV Length
26 ft
TOW/TOAD
2013 Chevy Silerado 2500HD
Fulltimer
No
Thanks for the heads up. I am installing it and not gluing it down. Will use quarter round on the edges. I did go with a different brand.
Mel
 
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