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Achim Home Furnishings FTVGM32920 Nexus 12-Inch Vinyl Tile, Geo Ancient Beige Mosaic, 20-Pack
72.00 SAR

Achim Home Furnishings FTVGM32920 Nexus 12-Inch Vinyl Tile, Geo Ancient Beige Mosaic, 20-Pack

by  Achim Home Furnishings, Home Decor -  63 ratings

72.00 SAR 

+ 139.90 SAR Saudi Arabia Delivery
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Color
Almond Mosaic
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    Brand
    Achim Home Furnishings
    Color
    Almond Mosaic
    UPC-A
    790725303004
    Item EAN
    2724585827149
    ASIN
    B004L7OZ54
    Weight & Dimensions
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    DG
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    Description:

    Do you want to give your room a brand new look and at a low cost? Look no further than our assortment of Nexus Tiles! Our tiles can be used in any room in your home including the Kitchen, Dining Room, Bedrooms, Bathrooms, Foyers and Basements. No messy glue or adhesives needed. Just peel and stick

    Do you want to give your room a brand new look and at a low cost? Look no further than our assortment of Nexus Tiles! Our tiles can be used in any room in your home including the Kitchen, Dining Room, Bedrooms, Bathrooms, Foyers and Basements. No messy glue or adhesives needed. Just peel and stick the Nexus tiles to a flat & dry surface and show off your beautiful new room to all your friends and neighbors. These tiles can be cut to the size of your choosing.WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

 

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  • Vinyl Tiles
    By Sam378 on 26 November 2013

    For less than $40.00, I was able to replace the hideous flooring in my master bath. The tiles arrived in ONE DAY (I'm a Prime member, but I didn't pay for one day shipping)! Perfect condition, even though the Fedex guy left them out in the rain.

    I just went through a breakup. I needed to tear some s*** up. First thing that came to mind was the disgusting carpet that the previous owner installed in my master bath. I tore up the rotting baseboard and tack strips and enjoyed an especially destructive evening listening to death metal and drinking away my sorrows.

    Important notes:

    Preparing a concrete subfloor takes a while. You have to get that baby smooooth. That means filling in all of the little holes left behind by the carpet tacks and scraping off sticky carpet glue. I honestly googled the crap out of this project, as I had no idea what I was doing.

    Wear a mask and goggles if you value your physical appearance or eyesight. I can't even begin to count the number of carpet tacks that bounced off my goggles upon being pried out of the concrete.

    Laying the floor was easy. The tiles fit together nicely and were very simple to cut. I used scissors and a sharp utility knife. The tiles seem to be sticking so far (it's been about a week). Fingers crossed.

    The most helpful tip I can offer is to purchase silicone caulking in a biscuit color to fill in any gaps between the tile. I had two small gaps that were driving me crazy, and the caulk blended them together seamlessly.

    My bathroom looks better. I'm in a better mood.

    117 people found this review helpful

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  • Incredible deal
    By Amber on 12 June 2017

    First of all, if you can tile a whole room for $70 - that right there is an amazing feat. For it to look good too, well that's just awesome. I've used the self adhesive vinyl tiles before - they are an easy girlie solution in my opinion. The best advice I can give is to prep the surface. When I do a project and the directions go on and on about prepping the surface - bleh! Who has time for that? But in this case it really is crucial. The smallest crumb under these tiles can cause a huge problem. Kind of like the Princess and the Pea, you will know when you have missed a crumb . So my advice is - vacuum meticulously, then clean with some rubbing alcohol, and continually feel the area just before you put each tile down for any missed debris. I felt like the adhesive here stuck just fine, and the adhesive didn't come up and out between the seams (had this happen before, it's annoying). Listen, it isn't real marble tile.. But it looks pretty good especially on a budget.

    14 people found this review helpful

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  • Great color and easy to install on floors
    By Christine Schweitzer on 22 April 2017

    I purchased several boxes for 2 small bathrooms. I did this by myself!!! without my husband. I was proud of myself and thanks to how easy it was to measure, cut and install, I completed the bathrooms in one long weekend. Please be aware that if you buy this, buy extra just in case that you measure incorrectly as I have. All in all, it's a neutral color with many earth tones mixed in. It matches a lot of bathroom decor and goes with many color schemes. When I cut the tiles to size, I noticed that if you don't use a sharp craft blade you will get a poor jagged cut resulting in a poor contact with the next tile. I replaced my blade 3x. In addition, you need to cut straight up and down. If you angle the blade at all, the cut will also result in a less than perfect contact with the next tile. I am a perfectionist since I used to make architectural models.

    10 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • THRILLED with these stick-on floor tiles.
    By B G Cleveland on 22 October 2017

    I am THRILLED with these stick-on floor tiles.
    (FYI no one pays me to write reviews. I have laid dozens of floors over my life - from oak parquet throughout our townhouse in the 1990s to doing an entire master bath and shower in ceramic and stone, so an a DIYer, I know a wee bit about it).

    We've been slowly rehabbing a modest 1949 house I inherited- and after removing the broken pink pinwheel tile from the floor of the bath months ago and sealing the floor beneath with a quality black floor paint, I'd been waiting to lay a quality ceramic or stone. But after living with it uncovered for months and with the holidays and family coming from afar just around the corner, I had a change of heart, decided on a "linoleum" look, and went with this.

    It's beautiful. The pattern is lovely and a great choice for "neutral".

    I ordered 3 boxes. All arrived in excellent condition - nothing broken - everything cut well and square - the backing paper came off in one piece -and I didn't need to use the extra glue I ordered. They stick fine and cut easily, and can even be shifted a bit in the first few minutes after you press them down.

    Mine is a modest home. And while these tiles are inexpensive, (thus making them fit right in) they are real quality for the price.
    I would order them again and definitely recommend.

    4 people found this review helpful

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  • Good to use to get a tile look or if you want a new and clean flooring
    By MaryB on 29 December 2015

    I used this to cover the ugly vinyl flooring in my laundry room. It's my first time putting up any type of flooring, so I thought this would be a good practice for me. True to some reviews the glue of this tiles are not very sticky. So I also bought a "Weldwood Multi-Purpose Floor Adhesive" as a back-up, which I'm glad. I only use a very small quantity of the glue, thinking that I don't want to have a hard time peeling them out when it's time to change my flooring someday. I just stick them over our old vinyl floors. Cutting the edges and corners (near the door) is quite a challenge. I used an index or a heavier paper as a template for the corners. Tiles are easy to cut with a box cutter and scissors. I thought this is a good transitional floor until I have the money to use the real tile or until I'm brave enough to install the tile in grout combo. I am thinking of using a stick and peel tile to redo my guest bathroom as well.

    8 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

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