Medium Grey White Oak is a light oak flooring with a subtle grain pattern. It's neutral design will complement almost any home's style or decor. This virtually indestructible flooring takes all the worry out of life with pets and kids! New puppy? The waterproof core takes the stress away while housebreaking. The textured surface helps to keep pups from slipping and sliding. And all you need to keep this floor clean and looking like new is a damp mop! There is no need for additional underlayment, since our flooring comes with an attached layer of cork backing. This flooring is easy to install and maintain. Each plank is 5 inches wide by 58 inches long and 8mm thick. The flooring is highly stable and durable and will be a wonderful addition to your home!
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Step by Step Instructions
- Start in the corner. Turn the tongue side of the plank to the wall. Maintain a gap of 3/8” on the short side.
- Hold the next plank at an angle against the first one and lay it flat on the floor. Complete first row in the same way. Cut final plank of the first row to correct length. Start next row with the piece leftover [must be at least (12’’) long]. Ensure that end joints are staggered at least 12″
- Place first plank of the new row with the tongue side at an angle against the groove side of the plank in the previous row. Press forward and lay it flat at the same time.
- Place short end of the plank at an angle against the previous installed plank and fold down. Ensure that the plank is positioned on the integral locking strip of the plank in the previous row.
- Lift planks (together with the previous laid in the same row) lightly up [about 1-1/8’’], push it against the row in front and then put it down. Adjust the distance to the wall to 3/8’’when three rows are completed.
- Proceed installation as described above until reaching the opposite wall.