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Old 04-28-2020, 02:19 PM   #1
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Question Flooring replacement

Does anyone know where to get the information on the original rubber vinyl flooring used in my unit. I have a 3821RL 2018 that has a grayish with tan plank flooring look. I would like to purchase the same design just do not know what the pattern is called and who makes it. Magnet on one of my cabinets broke and a glass bowl (dumb I know) fell out and broke and pieces got up under my slide and ripped the floor. I would like to fix or replace with same flooring.
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Old 04-28-2020, 03:21 PM   #2
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Not sure where to get the flooring....At the dealership we ran into flooring issues from time to time and had to get things repaired....Here is what I discovered...first of all....a "good / experienced" floor layer can replace a section of vinyl flooring and only you will know where the work has been done (they do a good job)...But with anything that has shades of colour....the next piece of flooring will be from a different manufacture lot and may not match perfectly....this can be an initial issue as sometimes the flooring needs to be put into service for a while for things to fade or wear to match well...
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Old 04-29-2020, 02:47 AM   #3
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I had to fix a spot in my 2018 where a floor fastener popped up through the flooring. Trekwood sells the flooring. You need a big enough piece that you can find that same area of the pattern were the damage occured. You can also search under your cabinets or inside the basement behind the walls as to see if you can find some hidden place where there may be a match for the damaged area and cut the patch from there. Carefully line up the new piece above the damaged spot and tape it in place very securely. You don't want it to move when cutting. Then cut through both pieces at the same time with a really sharp blade and straight edge around the damaged area to make a neat square patch. Remove the damaged area and fill any dents in the base with wood putty and be sure the area is flat and clean. Then using some Armstrong S-761 8 oz. Floor Seam Adhesive from Amazon and glue the new piece in place. Do not by any other glue as this stuff will make the patch impossible to see. Use a wallpaper seam roller to get the patch to lay flat and wipe away any excess glue with a damp rag.
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