MiYO Vinyl Floor tiles

MiYO Vinyl Floor tiles

Gregory Han
Sep 18, 2006
Our bathroom and kitchen vinyl floors look like Edward James Olmos' face on a dirty day We've considered painting over the worn, perpetually stained looking floor with floor paint, in the hopes of disguising some of the wear and tear. And we've also used FLOR carpet tiles, but these were ruined by the elements of moisture from being placed in the kitchen or bathroom environment (not to mention our felines' propensity of using it for their potty spot). Affordable options are few, and who wants to put in 110% effort into a place you own 0% of?
Me oh MiYO! Like FLOR's carpet tiles, Armstrong's MiYO 16” vinyl floor tiles are mixable, matchable hard surface solutions for your bathroom, kitchen or other high traffic locations in the home. They come in a wide array of solid and patterned styles, and use a grid lining installation system that supposedly makes the process a cinch for do-it-yourself'ers; the system uses a "grid liner", which prevents the adhered tiles from touching the original flooring itself, so removal is simple. And for $7.12 per tile, this non-permanent flooring seems like a no-brainer solution for renters and owners alike. Thanks to Armstrong, I think our bathroom and kitchen floors will look less Edward James Olmos and more Scarlett Johansson soon.
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