Vinyl composition tile, or VCT is the technical name for industrial floor tiles. They are “dry back,” so in order to allow them to stick to the floor you have to apply glue before putting them on.
Take measurements of the area and create grid lines. This is the basis which tiles are arranged upon. Check your measurements carefully, because the placement of that first tile is vital to ensure that each tile will be in an arrangement that you would like.
A plan or blueprint for the room could help when laying down the tiles properly, especially if you carefully color-code them. Vinyl tiles, which are comprised of 80% limestone and weigh in excess of an ounce, can be bent in order to accommodate specific dimensions of your room. Because they’re soft, they can be cut to any design you’d like and without the requirement of the power of a saw.
This last step involves multiple sessions of rolling using an extremely heavy roll. It will make sure that the tiles stay stuck on the ground.