Laminate Flooring. Sunday , July 22nd , 2018 - 11:15:38 AM
But, what exactly are laminates as used in laminate flooring? Originally developed in Europe, laminates are made of a high-density fiberboard core covered with a visible, outer layer that simulates wood, stone or tile. Some laminates are available in plain colors, too.
Most often laminates are made of melamine resin which is a compound made with formaldehyde. This has brought on a increasing concern about indoor air quality from releases of volatile organic compounds from building materials with formaldehyde. However, the resin materials are believe to have a significantly lower emissions than the particle board and other materials where the formaldehyde has been used. There are some laminate flooring (parador proair) that will use a chemical process to reduce and neutralize formaldehyde emissions throughout the life of the floor.
Toothpaste. If you don't have any baking soda at home, there's no need to run to the store. You can often get the same effect by using plain toothpaste to touch up your floor.
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