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Old 01-08-2012, 08:22 PM  
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IVC vinyls are waterproof and they are loose lay.


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IVC vinyls are waterproof and they are loose lay.
Of course the top of any vinyl is waterproof, I still wouldn't recommend it.


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Of course the top of any vinyl is waterproof, I still wouldn't recommend it.
They are solid vinyl. It can be installed, rolled up, and when the floor is dry, rolled back out.
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I know exactly what your talking about.
I think Joe has it right unless you make the part of the house were the water gets in a complete wet bed there isn't much that can be done.

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