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|Finish: Natural Sienna||Distressed: No|
|Gloss Finish: Yes||Surface Texture: Smooth|
|Material: Manufactured wood||Species: Cork|
|Water Resistant: Yes||Scratch Resistant: Yes|
|Stain Resistant: Yes||UV Resistant: Yes|
|Fire Resistant: Yes||Mildew Resistant: Yes|
|Slip Resistant: Yes||Flooring Carton: Yes|
|Protective Coating: Yes||Parquet: No|
|Compatible Subfloor Types: Concrete; Wooden||Underlayment Required: Yes|
|Underlayment Included: No||Edge Type: Square|
|Number of Finish Coats: 4||Wear Layer Thickness: 2.5 Millimeters|
|Installation Type: Click lock||Quarter Round Base Molding Part Number: QTRound/Natural|
|T-Molding Part Number: Tmould/Natural||Flush Reducer Part Number: Reducer/Natural|
|Baby Threshold Part Number: EndCap/Amor/Natural||Flush Stairnose Part Number: Stairnose/Amor/Natural|
|Overlap Stairnose/Stepnose Part Number: Stairnose/OverLap/Amor/Natural||Product Care: Avoid abrasive, alkaline, or cheap cleaners. Keep surface free of grit and sand. Avoid flooding floor with water. Use products recommended for real hardwood floors.|
|Assembly Required: No||Installation Required: Yes|
|Additional Parts Required: No|
|FSC Certified: Yes||Green Guard Certified: Yes|
|AC Rated: Yes|
Great so far!
Thomas from Wellsboro, PA – Verified Buyer
This flooring was shipped promptly (at a reasonable price!) and arrived quickly and safely. Quality--at least so far--seems excellent. It also seems harder than the cork flooring we'd looked at from other sellers/manufacturers (some which could be dented easily and permanently by pressing a fingernail into it). While we haven't had the flooring long, I'm encouraged that some small scraps we'd cut off and left outside in the snow, rain, and freezing weather for a few weeks haven't yet shown signs of the cork or finish deteriorating or swelling...that surprised me, but I think it's a good sign that this stuff will hold up. Assembly isn't easy like tongue-and-groove engineered hardwood, which can easily be a one-person job...this is click lock and it clicks into place hard--you will need to angle it and pound hard-yet-carefully with a block and hammer so as not to destroy the MDF lock channels. The hard click/lock means that the seams disappear and that the floor will stay together, but it's a two-person job and not something everyone can do easily. Luckily, these are long planks (1' x 3' each) so that helps it to go down quicker. Feels nice underfoot. Glad I went with Wayfair over the couple other affordable online sellers (based on samples we tried from them, as well as price). Pros: Built in cork underlay, tight fitting seams, quality, and seems durable. Cons: The appearance of cork is an acquired taste, installation is a force/strength-requiring, two-person job. Note that the color appears slightly (a shade) lighter than the sample on the site.