Suitable Applications

  • Over sub-floor of vinyl, plywood, ceramic, concrete.
  • Flat, stable and clean sub-floor
  • Residential indoor sector
  • Apporved radiant heating sub-floor (temperature should not be above 43∘c/110∘F
  • Unsitable Applications

  • Carpet or cushioned vinyl.
  • Unstable, non-flat, unclean sub-floor
  • Outdoor, commercial sector.
  • Floor Drains
  • Showers and steam room
  • Walls, stairs
  • Other floating flooring systems
  • Areas that exposed to temperatures exceeding 43∘c/110∘F


    - It is easy to install the DIY Device Floating Floor without the requirement of special skill or tools and could still achieve the perfect result .

    - The Device is directional and it is advantageous to start assembly  from the free-edge corner of the Device fitting to the corner of the room. (See Fig. 1 & 2 below)

    Fig. 1                                   Fig. 2


    - During installation, always leave a gap of 1/8" along the perimeter of the room as allowance for expansion/ contraction .

    - Place  2 Devices in same direction  and get the marks of adjacent Device align.

    - Enable the free edge of one Device to overlap  the rim of the other . Then press on the edge to make both Devices interlocked  with each other . (see Fig. 3 below)

    Fig. 3


    - Employ more Devices  and repeat the above step to create  rows and columns.

    - To fit the perimeter of the room, it may require to cut the Device  to size. Leave this cutting procedure to the end of assembly.

    - Begin to adhere the porcelain tile or marble stone on the Device when 2 to 3 rows of Device assembly is being done.

    - Peel off the protective paper of the adhesive layer on the Device and place the tile/ stone onto it. Press on top to ensure the tile/ stone stay firmly on the Device.

    - Repeat the same procedure until the sub-floor is occupied by the DIY Device Floating Floor.




    - The DIY Device is made of high quality plastic and it can be cut  by using a sharp utility knife .

    - Mark on the Device the line where cutting is required . Take a tile/ stone as the guide , run the utility knife through the line twice and snap the Device.

    - The Device may not be snapped for the first two cut. If so, bend the Device and run the utility knife along the fold for twice and snap it off.

    - Place the cut Device to the gap in between the perimeter and the rear piece. Press the edge and interlock the Devices. (see Fig. 4 & 5 below)


    Fig. 4                                           Fig.5


    - Cut the tile/stone with appropriate tile cutter to the relative size of the cut Device.



    - Use mould-resistant silicone sealant to do the grouting. Gap fillers of other material are not recommended due to the required flexibility for the joint. Silicone sealant is available in different colors to match the tile/stone.

    - It is advantageous to do the grouting by every 9 square feet or within small section that can be reached likely.

    - With the aid of the sealant gun, apply the silicone sealant steadily along the grout line. It is recommended to apply the sealant until the gap is filled up slightly in excess.

    - Wet the trowel and run it along the grout line . The excess sealant would be wiped off and the gap is flattened.

    - Take a wet sponge to do the final clean up and smooth the gap.

    - Leave it to dry for 48 hours and the floor is done.