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Old 08-11-2009, 09:05 PM   #1
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Recommendations on Vinyl Manufacturers

Hi All,

I am going to be replacing the very ugly cream & yellow vinyl with a honey oak wood grain vinyl.

Does anyone have a recommendation on a manufacturer and why?

Thanks!

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Sheila,
I'm a big believer in Allure, available at Home Depot. Easy to work with yet thicker than normal sheet vinyl. I have been very pleased with the results. I'm not the first one to try this product, in fact it was Noel's experience with it that got my attention. Take a look....

http://picasaweb.google.com/Jim28730/MotorhomeFlooring
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If you want sheet vinyl, any of the stuff by the major manufacturers will work well. We had put Armstrong Congoleum in a motorhome years ago and it did fine.

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Thank you both for your suggestions! Wow, those pictures were nice! I like seeing shots like that so you can see the difference.

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The pictures look great. How did you do the area that is under the slide?

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George,
The vinyl and carpet only went under the slide about two inches. It was easy to slide the new flooring under the same amount and staple it as far back as the staple gun could reach under the slide carpet "flap". It was easy, looks great, and works fine.
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