If the space between the wall and the floor is smaller than 2 mm, your vinyl floor will not have enough space to adapt itself to temperature fluctuations in your room and it may warp a little. Don’t worry, we have a perfect solution.
Carefully remove the skirting near the plank that is warping upwards. Check to see if the plank fits snugly against the wall.
Next, cut away a small piece from the end, leaving approximately 5 mm. Can’t reach it with a knife? Try using a multi-tool. Cut away a little more if necessary. Now you can return the skirting to its position and your floor is once again perfectly level.