The compound is fed through a series of rollers that gradually squeeze the material to just the gauge required for that batch. This technique is called \"calendaring\", which is a unique characteristic of the vinyl compound. The sheet thus formed undergoes a coating meant to improve resistance to abrasions and stains.
Installing these tiles can be a simple DIY affair, if you are so inclined. You can buy glueless tiles which come with a rolled underlayment that in itself has an adhesive which can stick to the back layer of the tiles. Or you can go for the peel 'n stick version where there is a peel on the back layer which can peeled off, and the tile placed on the floor.
Customers looking for floor tiles will always prefer something that is easy to install. Vinyl floor tile manufacturers can take advantage of such customer psychology for expanding their sale prospects in respect of the vinyl products. As it is possible installing vinyl with only a knife and the only preparatory step is to clean the surface on which it would be installed making such surface free of dust and dirt.
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