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  1. Wow, very impressive! Looks great!

  2. Love it!! I’m in need of a budget bathroom makeover. Any thoughts on the peel & stick tile that you can actually use grout in the gaps? I have seen that and wonder your thoughts.

    1. Yes, I have seen that too Gen. My friend Oscar of Oscar Bravo Home used vinyl tiles with grout that he bought at Home Depot. He could probably answer that question because I think these aren’t made for grout.

  3. Looks great. I would warn others, though, that the pattern of the underlying floor will wear through on a highly trafficked area like a kitchen. Been there, done that. And removal of tile is not as easy as one would think. It does give a fresh look on a budget, though.

    1. Thanks for that info Deb, that’s definitely good to know and I will keep an eye out for the tile pattern wearing through. Thankfully our bathroom doesn’t get that much traffic and when I rip this out, it will probably all go including the tile underneath to get that dream walk-in shower that I always wanted.

  4. I am doing our hall bath on a budget. It will be either paint with stencil or peel and stick. Thank you for your detail assessment it helps. I wouldn’t notice the imperfections.

  5. Another great project accomplished! Thanks for the details….I was wondering if I should get the edge duplicator, but like your idea better.

  6. Julia! I love the look and more importantly I love your honest explanation of the process!
    Congrats on another awesome project!

    1. I have a linoleum floor that has deeper indents like grout lines. Do you feel those would need to be filled in with something or do you think the new tiles will stick just fine? Thank you! Great job on yours!! Love it!!

      1. Hi Kelli, After having my floor for two years now, I can now see where the ceramic tile grout lines are underneath the vinyl tiles in some areas. It doesn’t really bother me but if something like that would bother you then you might want to fill those indents.

  7. I wonder about moisture effect. Does it peel off when wet at a long time? How long do you have it now?

    1. I’ve had it for about a year and haven’t had any issues.

  8. Do you know if this product can be used on walls as a backsplash?

    1. I don’t see why not. My friend used something similar in her camper as a backsplash.

  9. Nice job! Is it slippery when wet?

    1. No it’s. not because it has some surface texture.

  10. We are getting our rental ready to sell and will be installing the hexagon pattern of this same brand. Your floor looks great, and now I’m not so nervous about about taking on this project. We’ll be implementing most of your helpful hints, including the pug light in the litter closet in our own home. By the way, we have the same cat door. Thank you.

    1. Oh good luck! I hope you’ll love the floor.

      1. Hi Julia, I enjoyed your review as I have had my eye on this tile for a while. Your bathroom is exactly like mine with the exception of the sink and toilet. I am very interested in the door to your linen closet as I have kitty litter on mine as well. Can you share where you got your door from? Thanks, Elaine

        1. HI Elaine, I don’t know where the door is from. It came with the house. Sorry I can’t be more helpful.

  11. What’s it like to clean? What do you use to clean it with? Does debris get stuck in between the tiles?

    I’m concerned if I use a swifter or something the dust and dog hair would get in between the tiles?

    1. Hi April, They are super easy to clean and I clean them just like the rest of our floors which is usually a vacuum and wet Swiffer. I personally haven’t had any issues with dirt getting stuck between the tiles.

  12. I read on another review that there was a strong odor with these tiles that did not dissipate over time. Did you notice this at all? Thanks for your detailed review.

    1. Hi Gwen, I actually didn’t have any issues with odor which is why I didn’t mention that in my cons. I definitely would have. They also held up great over time now.

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