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Old 05-14-2015, 12:02 PM   #1
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Allure ultra flooring question

Good afternoon I have some questions about allure ultra flooring. Have an 08 Coachman Freelander looking to use allure ultra,it has 2 raised slides and a step up to and 8' long bar that is aprox. 12" wide. The step is hinged to store the bar stools. since allure ultra is snap in can I glue the flooring on the hinged step? and can the flooring be glued to the risers on the step face? I was thinking to use Zamma vinyl stair nosing on the raised edges of the slides has anybody tried this? I will also use the Zamma edging for the step in the bedroom too. Any thoughts ? Thank you in advance for any contributions, Mark

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Old 05-14-2015, 12:15 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum Mark!

Disclaimer; I'm no expert on allure flooring. I did install the flooring over cement in my home and love it. I also installed the press and stick allure in my motorhome.

The temps in a motorhome are extreme and I believe the tongue and groove stuff you're talking about might be a better choice than what I did. It's a floating floor and should last IMO. It seems like motorhome installation isn't covered under the warranty but that didn't stop me from using it. I went a different route around the steps (carpet) but if contact cement or something else seems to hold I think the flooring around the steps would look great. I don't have a slide and can't help you there. I had to remove carpet and all the staples that were used. This and general floor preparation was by far the most time intense part of the project.
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