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ben

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I am trying to figure out how to post a question! Or a new thread.
Whatever it's called
 

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Click on a heading, like "Beginners Forum" for example., on the left side you will see the words ""New Thread" Click on that. Put in your title and then ask your question.
 

calliexw

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Hi I'm not sure if I'm posting in the right place; I have a couple of questions about self stick vinyl plank vs. vinyl click lock. I have a very old dog that some times (everyday) has accidents and some times I work up to 12 hour shifts, so I'm concerned about urine seeping under and smelling with the click lock... Does anyone have any first hand experience with having to replace a floor because of something like that? All the ratings for both say they work great with pets but I have my doubts.. Thx ahead for any info! By the way it's a 12 pound dog, if that helps any.


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DaveO

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Hi I'm not sure if I'm posting in the right place; I have a couple of questions about self stick vinyl plank vs. vinyl click lock. I have a very old dog that some times (everyday) has accidents and some times I work up to 12 hour shifts, so I'm concerned about urine seeping under and smelling with the click lock... Does anyone have any first hand experience with having to replace a floor because of something like that? All the ratings for both say they work great with pets but I have my doubts.. Thx ahead for any info! By the way it's a 12 pound dog, if that helps any.


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DaveO

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Hi there,it’s all about your budget?but I would recommend linoleum fitted professional,hope this helps and feel free if you need more help
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Dave
 

Ernesto

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Glue down vinyl plank is pretty easy. Gotta start off straight or your doomed. Then cutting around door casings requires more skill. I like to undercut them for a cleaner look and less potential for buckling.
 

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