As many of you know, I'm trying to renovate and the flooring in my laundry room & guest bathroom are terrible. It's right at the back door so it's a mudroom too. Much of it is just the plywood substrate right now and the cheap vinyl sheet is full of tears. I'm looking for something I can put down that won't tear, pit, gouge, etc as much. We don't want actual tile and we prefer something easy to install. I saw this TrafficMaster vinyl sheet at HD and it has some good reviews. From what I understand, it doesn't need to be completely glued down. It can have some sort of double-sided strips used on edges and some points in the middle. Does this look like a good option? I'd need about 8ft of it for the laundry room and could go with 6ft for the bathroom (if we chose to get the same type for bathroom). I alternatively considered vinyl plank for the laundry room and this for the bathroom. Trying to get something that can handle water but also handle all of the traffic, laundry baskets being dragged, etc. Editing to add: I'm also considering something like this wood pattern for the laundry area and the other stuff for the bathroom. What do you think?