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Old 07-29-2013, 08:43 PM   #1
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Buying Vinyl Flooring

I'm new to purchasing vinyl flooring for a motorhome. I have a 2002 Fleetwood and we are looking to remodel some of the interior. I originally wanted to put real hardwood flooring down but after reading a few threads here, I don't think that's a good idea.

So my question is this. Our RV will be used mainly for Football tailgating (4-5 times from Sept-November) and maybe one or two additional long trips over a year's time. What should I purchase as far as the "mm" width. I saw a 3mm I like (and can afford). Any suggestions on which I should go with? I'm assuming this MM measure is for wear and tear. What do you all suggest for the amount of wear it will use.

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I used Home Depots Allure. I have used it in homes and now the camper.. I do not see where you live?? some say Allure might not hold up to high heat summers...
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Allure

I have looked at the Allure product too, but was concerned about the weight. Feels awful heavy compared to rolled vinyl products...maybe just me
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I have a buddy who replaced his original click flooring with Allure vinyl in his Sightseer. Our summers get up to 90-95 and he winters in Florida. The flooring looks great and he hasn't reported any issues to date.
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