STOP & READ: Vinyl Flooring


Initially, the vinyl may have curl marks due to being rolled on a core for shipment (this is normal). Wipe, vacuum or sweep up any debris from floor sub-floor before rolling out product.


Allow the vinyl to acclimate to the room for at least 24 hours prior to installation. In cool to cold conditions it may take 72+ hours for most curl marks to lay flat. For custom fit, allow product to relax in place before trimming around edges and corners. 

For permanent installations we recommend using Taylor Resolute Adhesive with either a Johnsonite Seam Cold Weld or G-Floor Heat Weld. In areas of high moisture an RH Moisture test should be completed. If corrective action is required we recommend Bone Dry to seal the subfloor.

For a temporary indoor or suitable outdoor application we suggest a carpet tape or 3-M® brand 80 Rub-ber & Vinyl Spray Adhesive to hold edges to in place.


If product is used under extreme heat, such as direct sunlight, the product may expand or contract a small amount after laying flat. For custom fit, allow product to relax in place before trimming around edges and corners. Do not use in below freezing conditions.


Surface is easily washed with floor soap and water. Brush or sweep with cool water using a broom or sponge squeegee. Mild soaps and other household detergents suitable for floors are usually effective. Never leave harsh detergents or chemicals on product. 

Normal household vinyl cleaners may be used to increase longevity and to remove stubborn debris. Use a non-slip vinyl protector such as a clean-and-shine floor cleaner. 

After cleaning, you may apply a coat of floor polish for vinyl floors to add a long-lasting, high-luster finish. This is not a stain-proof product—certain dyes, inks, rubber, and chemicals may cause permanent stain-ing. Never use harsh chemicals on this product. 


Any floor surface may become slippery when moisture or debris is present. Proper installation, care and cleaning of vinyl flooring will reduce the likelihood of slips and falls. Always wipe up any oil, chemicals, or other fluids that may drip or leak to prevent hazardous, slippery conditions. 

Leaving chemicals on the product for a long period of time may cause damage. If concrete floor has been treated with certain sealers prior to mat installation, sealer may break down over time and adhere to back of mat and may or may not cause damage to mat.