Click LVT round door frame

Discussion in 'Vinyl / Impervious floor coverings' started by deason, Apr 8, 2019.

  1. deason

    deason Member

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    Hi,

    First time poster and probably really should be paying a pro to do this to save time, stress and my knees!

    Anyway, Polyflor Loc is the floor and my challenge is how in the hell do I get this cut under the frame and clicked in.

    Do I need to ignore the click and glue this section (got a few doors.

    Thanks for any help in advance

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  2. deason

    deason Member

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    Got it clicked on front edge by hammering on the other end with another old bit of tile on join, need to work out how to get it clicked on left tile.

    Learning slowly....:)
     
  3. tarkett85

    tarkett85 Well-Known Member

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    You start at the door frames, you won’t get it in otherwise


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  4. deason

    deason Member

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    Polyflor say start at left corner.....FFS

    I have got it in but cant get to click between tiles, bought a lam bar so will try this.

    I've got 4 door ways lol
     
  5. deason

    deason Member

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    Just been looking again. If I start at the door frame what would this mean? I still need to get the tiles in at 45 degrees
     
  6. Rugmunching

    Rugmunching Well-Known Member

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    Have you undercut the door frame/architrave?

    By the time I've explained the method you'll be completely lost o_O
     
  7. deason

    deason Member

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    Yes, tile fits in place fine here, its the click mechanism im unable to do.

    Im thinking shave down the male click and glue this bit...?
     
  8. Distinctive Adam

    Distinctive Adam Well-Known Member

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    What underlay is that ?
     
  9. deason

    deason Member

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    Quickstep livyn.
     
  10. brenchy

    brenchy Well-Known Member

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    You could try to.... take the other board out from the left hand side of the photo lock them both together on the head joint and try and engage the long side plus also cut a small offcut and engage that across the head joints to help it staying together. Good luck
     
  11. dazlight

    dazlight Super Moderator

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    Take the top of the lip of the groove out then they will slide in flat and you glue them
     
  12. deason

    deason Member

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    Thanks chaps....I've done as last poster said.

    Funny as quickstep use glue down for repairing broken click tiles.

    Not sure about this Camaro loc stuff...probably showing its price a bit and seems slippery too.
     
  13. pf flooring

    pf flooring Well-Known Member

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    That's an option on laminate floors as the pva would bond onto the MDF not sure would work as well on pvc
     
  14. Noel Brahimi

    Noel Brahimi New Member

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    Can we see the final result?
     

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