Allure vinyl tiles, an Armstrong product only available through Home Depot stores, is a form of plank tile, usually made to look like wide wooden boards. To install Home Depot vinyl flooring, start with removing the floor trim from the edge of the room, using a hammer and curved bar. Keep it intact when you remove it, so you can reinstall it later. Place your first Allure plank from the kit along one wall, beginning at the corner. Place plastic spacers between the edge of the shelf and the wall.
Link the other plank Home Depot vinyl flooring at the end of the first with the specialized brackets at the ends. Measure the space remaining when there is not enough space left at the end of the course for a full plank, using a tape measure, and cut a plank to fit. Place a corner kick over it, to score points next to the square with a razor knife, and snap the play.
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Assemble the next course, starting from the end where you just finished the first course. Connect the sides of the boards together between the two lanes. Place the tray course through the course, work through the room. Install your awesome Home Depot vinyl flooring trim with your hammer and trim the nails, which cover the gaps of the walls.