Vinyl plank stair treads – Manufacturers do vinyl flooring in squares, one piece sheets and planks. Planks mimic the grain and the size of the wooden floor, which makes distinguishing them from wooden or laminate coatings are very difficult. Homeowners installing vinyl planks on the floor and steps in a home as an economic and visually appealing floors and stair paths coating. Vinyl planks are easy to care for and maintain. Many vinyl planks are easy to cut and have an adhesive backing to make yourself installation a snap. Spray a cloth, sponge or paper towel with a purpose cleaners and dry risers, which is the part of the staircase when the toes kick up the stairs, to remove dirt and oils. Scrape peeling paint of the tribes with a paint scraper. Vacuum the stairs to remove traces of paint and dust.
Keep a large piece of heavy paper over the stair riser. Track size and shape of the vinyl plank stair treads step with a pen. Cut the stair riser shape out with scissors. Mark the pattern to match the stair riser. Not all risers are of the same size. Repeat this procedure for each strain. Add enough vinyl planking, closely abutting each other, at a desk with unfinished up to mimic the length and width of the stair riser. If you do not have a desk, lay a sheet of plywood on the floor and put planks on top of the plywood. Stagger the boards, so the conclusions are not correct.
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Set the paper pattern of vinyl plank stair treads. Trace around the pattern with a grease pencil. Take the pattern and draw a metal ruler to grease pencil lines. Hold a vinyl cutter grease pencil line with the blade against the ruler. Slide the knife along the line while the pressure to score a line in the shell. Put the vinyl knife at the perforated line, press and drag it along the perforated line cutting through the plank.