Amor Pistis. flooring. June 11th , 2017.
It would seem on the surface that using bamboo flooring in your home or business makes good environmentally-friendly sense. It is true that this is a natural material that requires far less production and therefore, fewer toxic chemicals. However, as you look at bamboo flooring pros and cons there are some possible drawbacks. First and foremost, is bamboo flooring's potential to chip, crack, and get scuffed. This is the same for its more traditional wood counterparts, however, this is not as well known as an issue for bamboo floors, and often comes as a very unwelcome surprise to those that choose solely for its green properties.
Stripping and waxing plays a vital role in VCT maintenance, it is in simple words the procedure to remove existing wax (or finish as called generally) from your floor and applying the new one. For stripping, buffers (floor machines) are used at low speed on the floor to take off the existing wax. This is a labor intensive job. For areas with high wax accumulation, stripping process is needed to be repeated. Once this is done, floor rinse solution and water are utilized to clean the floor to avoid old wax to dry again on floor.
Before we discuss how to remove vinyl flooring, you need to find out how the flooring was fixed to the sub floor. If adhesive was applied to the entire sub floor before laying the vinyl sheets, then you have considerable work to be done. On the other hand, if adhesive was applied only to the perimeter of the sub floor, then removing vinyl flooring will be lot easier and less time-consuming. Once you have determined how the vinyl flooring was installed, you need to start working on the best way to remove vinyl flooring.
Laminate is a very popular flooring option that can also be used on the stairs. Available in a wide array of colours and qualities, laminate is made primarily of high-density fibre board (HDF) overlaid with a photographic image and a protective layer of lacquer. Most laminate floors are made to look like wood, but some companies also offer products that mimic ceramic tile. Laminate is an economical alternative to real hardwood or ceramic tile, and some of the thinner (6 mm) products are sold at very competitive prices, but they are less durable than the sturdier, more expensive options offered in thicknesses of up to 12 mm.
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