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Old 03-22-2014, 04:20 PM   #1
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Thinking about replacing the carpet and linoleum flooring in my RV with a product by Traffic Masters called Allure ultra. Is there anyone out there who has replaced the RV flooring and with what type of product?


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I used Allure sticky version of the product. Has been one of the best upgrades in our MH. No signs of wear after over 3 years.
People that have installed Ultra version have commented about being hard to snap together in tight places.
Do a search for Allure. Lots of threads on the subject.
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Here's a post that my help, Erine Ekberg has his own business installing flooring in MH's. He has his own web site on Yahoo groups. He will give you advise weather you use him or DIY.
Pulling up the old carpet

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Here is another thread that Ernie has posted it.
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Old 03-23-2014, 05:31 PM   #5
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The specs for Allure Ultra says 85 degrees F is the max temp range. The older version of Allure with adhesive instead of the snap together edges like the Ultra also had that limitation. I assumed that was because of the adhesive but apparently that wasn't the reason. I would think vinyl could handle a lot higher temp than 85F. From the Instalation guide: Temperature Range.....................65F to 85F required in room of installation ........After installation temps should stay between 55F to 85F
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