Question by  Belle (75)

What stick on floor tile would you suggest for a playroom floor?

I need an easy stick on floor tile for my childrens play room.


Answer by  dumpnrun77 (276)

I would suggest using a peel and stick carpet tile. Normal procedure would include using a primer such as latex on the subfloor prior to putting the tile down. A pressure sensitive adhesive can be used as well.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well you can basically buy any type of stick on floor tile from any type of major home hardware center. The stick on floor tile should be durable, long lasting and it should be easy to wipe off in case of stains.


Answer by  noey1958 (1405)

The best stick on floor tile to use for a playroom is the carpet tiles. Versatility with colors and safety being the best reasons and also ease of use.


Answer by  noey1958 (1405)

The floor tile I would suggest is the sticky carpet squares that are about eighteen inches square. You can make a checkerboard pattern for an instant checker of chess board. You can just use one color also.


Answer by  nksmom (197)

A playroom floor can take a beating, so look for something that is durable and easy to clean. Home Improvement centers should carry a variety of brands and styles.


Answer by  Srfingfreak (697)

A trip to your local home improvement store would work well. Most tiles should work, I usually find that they need some extra adhesive. Apply a thin coat to a well-cleaned floor before sticking them down, and don't walk on it for a day or so after application.


Answer by  floor (3)

The stick on floor tile that i would suggest for a playroom floor would be a black and white checkerboard pattern.

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