How to Remove Peel & Stick Floor Tile

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Watch a 5-minute video describing the process of removing peel and stick tile from your floor.

More videos featuring floor tile installation and preparation advice are on this website, our YouTube Channel on Facebook , and on Pinterest.

No special skills required.

This is a frequently-asked question we get from prospective customers and those researching the subject.

The adhesive on self adhesive flooring (well, at least the brand we sell) is very strong. Tiles can easily be repositioned if you don’t set them perfectly the first time. Within minutes, the adhesive grabs the surface and the bond gets stronger as the adhesive cures over the next several days.

The tile I removed in this video was installed in April, 2011 (and you can see the video n our YouTube Channel of this installation). All the tiles from the original installation are still firmly in place.

Benefits of Peel & Stick Floor Tile

One of the great benefits of self-sticking tile is that if a tile becomes damaged for any reason, such as the moving of furniture, or dropping something sharp or heavy, the tile can be removed and replaced. We always recommend our customers to order enough to have left over material. An extra box of tile is like a cheap “insurance policy.” With it,  you can keep your floor looking great almost indefinitely.

Removing Tile From My Garage Floor

In this video, I removed a single tile from my garage floor with ease using a heat gun designed to remove paint. I purchased this for about $20 from a hardware store. The only other tool needed was a 3″ putty knife/scraper. Almost zero pressure was needed once the heat was applied. After the tile was about half way removed the remainder peeled of easily and the tile ultimately came up in one piece with no additional effort needed. I replaced the tile with a new one.

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Garage Floor Tile-Peel & Stick-Epoxy Look

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Super easy & super cheap. A 1-day job even for an average amateur Do-It Yourselfer. This is our newest pattern called Salt & Pepper Epoxy-Look.

Self Adhesive Vinyl Garage Flooring

Many of our customers have tried painting their garage floor only to experience the ugly chipping and flaking, turn all their hard work and expense into an eyesore.

Now you can peel and stick directly onto your bare cement garage floor or previously painted surface with barely any preparation.

Salt & Pepper Epoxy Paint Look

Now you can get the epoxy paint look you want for your garage floor at a fraction of the price and in a fraction of the time. Peel & stick tile is so easy, you can do a 2 or even a 3 car garage in one afternoon and park your car on it the next day.

Preparing Your Cement Floor for Vinyl Tile Installation

Preparation is a breeze. Fill in all cracks and holes. Because the vinyl tile is flexible, it WILL sink into any cracks or holes which may exist. You will need to fill these with floor patch or floor leveler. This comes in a ready-to-use form straight out of the can. Just as spackling compound is used for filling in imperfections in a wall prior to painting, floor patch is applied the same way using a simple putty knife. The main difference is that the floor patch hardens more like cement.

After the surface is smooth, all you need to do is make it clean and dry and you’re ready to go.

Get a close look at this tile and our wholesale price at https://mazerwholesale.com/product-category/garage-floor-tile/

Not only is this product affordable but you can do it all yourself in just a few hours.

Mazer Wholesale, Inc. has been established since 1986. We started out supplying independently-owned hardware stores with all kinds of products (including floor tile) for them to resell in their stores. We have take the wholesale price model online and now we serve everyone with true wholesale pricing.

Check out all our great patters of floor tile and other home decor and remodeling items at https://mazerwholesale.com

By the way, we LOVE customer service so please don’t hesitate to give us a call if you have any questions. -1-800-343-0780

Black and White Checkerboard Pattern Tile for Garage Floor

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black and white checkerboard tile
This image was shared by a satisfied customer. Our tile can even make a shabby old car like this look good!

When people began to discover our low-priced solid black and solid white floor tile on our website about 5 years ago, we started getting calls from all over the country from consumers.

One of the most frequently asked questions was, “I want to put make a black and white checkerboard pattern with your floor tile.  Can it be used on a cement floor in my garage?”

One of my employees had previously installed the tile in an area of our warehouse on bare cement floor.  The floor there was about 100 years old.  It was smooth but the dirt was ground in deep.  My employee scrubbed the floor with a brush then mopped it which took off the surface dirt.  The tile installed in a couple hours and the job has lasted for years.  No problems whatsoever.

My Philadelphia warehouse is hot in the summer and cold in the winter, so I knew it would closely simulate any typical garage climate.  It was a good example I could speak of from experience, but it wasn’t a garage.

I decided to install the tile myself in my own garage just to make sure and I made a video of it.(see below)  I did this for 3 reasons.

  1. I wanted to show that I would use the tile in my own garage.
  2. I wanted to show how it looks in a garage (it looks great).
  3. I am not a handy person.  I sell the stuff but I’m not the kind of guy who gets into home projects and I wanted to demonstrate just how easy it is to install this peel & stick floor tile.

The installation was easy.  It looks great and as of this post, the tile is firmly in place for over 3 years.

Full disclosure: I do not park my car in my garage.  I do believe that the tile is so firmly in place, it would hold up to a parked car.  I also can tell you that we have sold our tile to dozens of customers over the years who have used the tile for this purpose and we have never had any complaints come back about the tile failing.

Although this tile is not rated nor is warranted for such use, I stand firm that this product consistently outperforms expectations and I sell it with confidence.