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3/8" Soft Wood Tiles Reviews

3/8" Soft Wood Tiles
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$4.76 Tile
reg: $1.59 sqft
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Average Rating 4.6/5
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  needs better edge
Self-installed in trade shows.
Diane from Novi, MI wrote...
I have used these tiles for years. The thing that is really needed is a sloping edge. When used and trade shows the flat edges can be a tripping hazard. Please consider offering a sloping/slanted edge. I would offer as a separate purchase to up-grade to. Offer them by the piece or bundled for 10 x 10 foot space minimum. I have sent more than 50 trade show customers to you over the last 8 years. People step into the booth and bounce on the floor because it's cushy. Better for feet over 3 or 4 days, easy to install.
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  Foam tile
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Jenny from Ormond Beach, FL wrote...
Excellent quality and service. Had a problem with 2 tiles, customer service responded immediately, replaced tiles promptly.
  pay the extra $ for the 5/8 thickness
Self-installed in Basement
Carrie from Wisconsin wrote...
This flooring is OK. We put it in a rec room area. The tiles do not stay perfectly together (gap) and I fear the the top film will tear easily. They arrive wrapped in groups of 4 tiles with plastic, and it causes the edges of the puzzle pieces to compress down so when you try to lock it up to another piece, the puzzle pieces are not perfectly level to each other. I had ordered a sample of the 5/8 thick in Dark Oak and we decided that we would save some money and get the 3/8 thick Dark Oak. Don't make the same mistake we did and assume the color would be the same for either floor. Dark Oak in the 3/8″ is much more yellow/orange toned. Unfortunately, I had already painted the room to match the sample of the 5/8 flooring. It will work for now, but I don't expect the flooring to last. The foam core is much softer in comparison with the 5/8 inch flooring. Buyer Beware.
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  Fireplace hearth
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Installed in Fireplace hearth
Julie N. from Wixom, MI wrote...
Our beautiful fireplace hearth is a danger for our precious grand babies. Not only the sharp edges, but the rough rockface. We didn't want a permanent unattractive cover and discovered your soft wood tiles and Wow, it looks great! We were able to match the mantle to the tiles and we are so pleased. They are not only soft, attractive and tough, but easy to remove when the babies return home. Great product!
  Brown Tiles
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Self-installed in downstairs in home
J White from Tennessee wrote...
I fell for all of the glowing reviews on this product. I wasn't going to bother with a review. After the third email to review the product, here I am. I had purchased these mats in a solid color for a kid's playroom. I wanted something a little nicer looking and thought these would be great. I'm not sure what they mean by light traffic when paired with these reviews. These foam tiles are in my home so they get home traffic nothing like what I picture as heavy traffic. The print has totally come off after 2 months use and now I have brown foam tiles. The foam itself is very sturdy, but it was disappointing that the print didn't hold up as the reviews lead me to believe. Light traffic means no traffic. Hang these on your wall and they will look great! Forget on the floor if you expect to walk on them at all.
  Used at Exhibit Booth
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Self-installed in Exhibit Booth at Conference
Crystal from St Louis, MO wrote...
Purchase of flooring was 2-fold: To give our booth a nicer look, and to make standing on concrete for days more tolerable. I exhibit at conferences frequently, and always have sore feet/knees after the conferences. This flooring did not disappoint in that respect! It was easy to put together. Note that the two pieces of edging on the tiles are different. This is important as you're putting the tiles together. Once I figured that out (after a long day of travel), the rest was easy! One thing I'll do differently next time, is to tape the edges all down. Our booth gets a lot of traffic, and the edges bent up quickly. Many tripped on the bent up edges. It's a floating floor, so any parts that were secured down (by tables or tape) didn't move, while the others did. This caused the tongue and groove areas to separate. The tape will damage the finish of the edging, but will be necessary to keep it from separating and bending up. At the end of the day it was a good purchase, but not as durable as I had hoped.
  Love the product
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Self-installed in kitchen and entryway.
Anonymous from NY wrote...
I love this product and have used it both in the entryway and kitchen. The reason I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars is that the edge pieces were insufficient/mismatched for a vertical placement so I used far more tiles than required according to square foot. The other thing which would be a great improvement is if the edge was colored in oak or anything other than white which when visible make the fact of it being foam very obvious. Of course stilletto heels/or pet paws will damage the surface. All in all, a Great Product!
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  great product
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Self-installed in Kitchen
Jim from Lockport NY wrote...
Very easy to install, soft on the feet and looks great. I am a single senior living alone and I installed it on my Kitchen floor. I would not recommend this in the kitchen to anyone with children.
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  inexpensive solution
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Self-installed in Basement winemaking area
Anonymous from Fargo ND wrote...
I like the wood grain on the product and use it in my winemaking area in the basement. I move around some large glass carboys and worry less about breaking them on the concrete and also feel more sure-footed with the inevitable spills. Would definitely order again.
  Nice soft floor
Self-installed in Basement
Anonymous from North Carolina wrote...
My wife and I put this in the basement. It work great on the concrete part on the low profile carpet there were some issues. The don't lay perfectly flat over the carpet but still provide an easy to clean, soft surface for our son to crawl around on. Hindsight we would have bought the 5/8″ thick. Overall very good flooring.
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  Happy Customer
Self-installed in Studio
Eve Z. from Boulder, CO wrote...
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Installed in Apt
Morgahn from San antonio tx wrote...
Easy setup except for the edges of the room (but also this was my first time installing floor tiles). Great after heavy use (I use it for exercising and dancing). Looks cute and chique.
  Short product life
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Self-installed in Basement
Amanda from 68502 wrote...
I adored these tiles when we first got them. It was a game changer during the pandemic with two kids under 7. It made our whole basement instantly more comfortable. Our basement was previously a concrete floor with many patches and cracks. With these tiles we had a whole extra floor to play/work when stuck inside. It was not a cheap investment, though. To do 3/4 of my basement was just over $500. The first time I vacuumed the space I quickly realized how delicate the tiles were. Having the height too low, the vacuum brush scraped the pattern off in parts. Overtime, flaws became more visible - cat claw marks, small pebbles ingrained in the tiles, and significant fading. We recently had to replace tiles in one spot and they look like two different colors. If I did it again, I'd still buy tiles, but not in Maple. I have one section of my basement that has light oak and it has more of a satin- like sheen. It has held up SO MUCH better.
  Easy and durable
Self-installed in Basement
Lindsay Bryan from Modesto, CA wrote...
This is my second set of these (the first set withstood multiple basement flooding adventures). We love the ease of installing them and their durability. It is so comfortable to stand on compared to concrete. These tiles have transformative power! Highly recommend!
  Better than my mom's facelift!
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Self-installed in Garage
Natalie W from Miami wrote...
I put the tiles down in the garage to create a play space for my young kids. The transformation has been remarkable. So much so that when friends/family come over, they ask where the garage is. And once I tell them it used to be the garage they are gobsmacked in absolute disbelief. These tiles have enabled us to take a formerly gross and unusable space and convert it into an extremely clean, cozy and downright beautiful playroom. The tiles are the perfect density, soft enough to protect a small child learning to walk yet firm enough that you don't feel like you're walking across a mattress. Spills wipe up easy and the wood grain texture is so well crafted it looks like real wood flooring.
  Easy to work with and install
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Self-installed in my business (martial arts school)
Dominick from 06001 wrote...
It was easy to install, and to easy to work with, but....the mats mark very easily, Any type of chair or item placed on them leaves a mark/indent.
  Great quality
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Self-installed in Home gym
Tina Johnston from Pheonix,AZ wrote...
I love the way this looks and feels. It is very high quality and I am so glad I purchased it.
  Easy to install
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Self-installed in Craft room
Jacqueline Guthrie from Helena, Montana wrote...
Well made, easy to install and looks great! Very happy with it.
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  Happy Customer
Julio G from Fontana, CA wrote...
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  Light tile gets dirty!!
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Self-installed in At a show.
Robin Seymour from Columbia, South Carolina wrote...
The light colored tile looks great and clean until you do a show and someone walks on it. Get a swifter or a mop? Think again. I was on my hands and knees with a scrubber and the dirt never came out. I think the darker tile holds up better but the lighter color cannot hold up even light traffic.
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