I bought a whole lot of this snap together wood flooring, thinking I would just snap it together and be done. The store was closing out all different styles and colors. I was going to just mix and match. they are all the same height but the lips don't all match up so I can't get them to snap together. Can I use it as wood flooring, just cut the lip off and butt the sides together and nail or screw it down. I guess I could even just use liquid nails. I just need to get it done.
Without more specific brand information my definitive answer is likely not. The reason being that most prefinished lock together flooring is designed to float. By float it should be able to expand and contract independent of the base layer or sub floor. Since you have at least two different types it is likely they will expand and contract at different rates. This may result in buckles in the floor or splits.