Forum Title: Shaw Selitac Underlayment
Has anyone used this yet? I got 1800 feet of Anderson engineered going over top of it next weekend out of town. Quickstep used to have a similer one I used on one of there laminates about ten years ago. Not sure if Quickstep still makes it but it was pretty nice, easy to use, rigid, cut easily. Must be a copy.
Category: Flooring Post By: CECIL COHEN (Nashua, NH), 03/20/2019

About one third of the floor is concrete, then goes over to plywood. So, I am thinking about using six mil over the concrete, stuffing the edge down into the gap, effectively seperating the ply to concrete just as an extra saftey precaution. Because I don't want any MVE moving under the Selitac to the plywood. Selitac will be under the entire floor system. Thoughts on that?

- JENNIFER MILLER (Boynton Beach, FL), 05/16/2019

Ernesto said: ? Has anyone used this yet? I got 1800 feet of Anderson engineered going over top of it next weekend out of town. Quickstep used to have a similer one I used on one of there laminates about ten years ago. Not sure if Quickstep still makes it but it was pretty nice, easy to use, rigid, cut easily. Must be a copy.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N50bZgopRTgClick to expand... Our Carpet One uses it. Not sure why they have that interlocking jigsaw puzzle edge........ It would be easier if it was just cut straight. Ya gotta tape the seam anyway. Nice stuff tho. Used it on a small job a couple years ago. Room was 16 feet long and it interlocked pretty good. Lay your straight edges on the material to help it lay flat when you tape a newly added section of it to the previous one.

- CHRISTINE CAMPBELL (Miramar, FL), 05/25/2019

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