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Renovation Hack: Turn Your House Floors Into Vinyl Flooring For Under RM60

Ever look down at your feet and thought of changing those old and dirty floor tiles at home? Truth is, home flooring renovation will cost you an arm and a leg. Fret not because we might have the ultimate flooring hack that will save you thousands! Turn your old boring house floors into a clean yet aesthetic vinyl flooring for less than RM60!

Save Money With This Self-Adhesive Vinyl Flooring For Less Than RM60:

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Vinyl or hardwood floorings are sleek, minimal and aesthetic. They’re no doubt the better option in creating your dream Muji-themed home, yet they come in hefty prices. If you’re on a tight budget but are dying for a flooring makeover, we have that one life-saving product.

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Cover up your dirty, decade-old floor tiles with this self-adhesive vinyl flooring! A box of this comes in 36 pieces of 2mm vinyl flooring, enough to cover a 54sqft floor with just RM59.90.

Shop Self-Adhesive Vinyl Flooring:

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There’s gum on the back of each piece, so all you need to do is peel off the sticker and attach onto your floor, it’s not rocket science. There’s no need to knock down your original floorings to achieve that aesthetic hardwood surface. This is perfect for those who are on a budget or has a small living space.

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The best part is, these self-adhesive vinyl flooring are waterproof and scratchproof. Transform your bedroom, kitchen or even living room into a brand new space with just a few steps. You can even create different patterns, depending on how you stick them.

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Some of you may be asking wouldn’t it destroy or kill the original tiles? We’ll be honest, these floorings will leave a stain when you remove them. Don’t worry, acetone will do the trick in removing those glue stains.

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We hope you’ll find these tips helpful in your home makeover. Let us know if you wish to find out more renovating hacks from us.

Also Read: This Malaysian Couple Transformed a 711sq ft Condo Into An Aesthetic Muji-Inspired Home

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