This video shows how install luxury rigid vinyl plank flooring that has a Unilin Angle Tap Click Locking System. Materials necessary for the Installation: 1. Knee Pads 2. Protective Goggles 3. Measuring Tape 4. Pencil 5. T Square 6. Utility Knife or Profesional Vinyl Cutter 7. Rubber Mallet 8. Tapping Blocks 9. Pull Bar 10. Long Straight Edge 11. Perimeter Spacers
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