click vinyl planks/tiles for downstairs loo

22 Dec 2013
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Considering using some click vinyl planks/tiles for downstairs loo. We are wanting something on the floor which won't be ruined if there is a spillage or leak of water.

Can anyone give recommendations for a particular brands of vinyl planks/ click tiles ? ( have samples of moduleo and livloc). Is the click system any good? The plumber/joiner would be fitting the floor- it is not something we would be doing ourselves.

Also considering Aquastep laminate . Any other waterproof laminate recommendations for a floor in a toilet? Presumably we dare not use laminate which is "splashproof"?
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If you are happy with vinyl why not just use sheet vinyl flooring no gaps for little boys tiddle to soak into ;)
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I just recently fitted a click system LVT flooring by Lifestyle Floors. It's the Emporium Clic Contemporary Flagstone pattern. It's 4mm thick. Very easy to install and looks really good. Uses the Uniclic system.

Make sure it's the Emporium Clic range, as the Emporium and Galleria range uses adhesive stick down method

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