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mendo247 01-18-2010 11:03 AM

Anyone have any experience? Gonna be ripping out my carpet in the next month and have been looking at cork flooring (floating not glue down). Wood or laminate is still an option but im kinda lost with all the options. Seems like cork is coming back and I like the look and feel but im not sure how it will hold up to heels, furniture etc. It seems alittle soft but I have read that it if it does dent it will retake its shape.

dh03r6 01-18-2010 4:21 PM

I think you can get a peal and stick tile cork. I have a hard time with it but it is supposed to hold up well. The good news is you can buy extra and replace it i think.

rio_sanger 01-18-2010 6:27 PM

I think it's a great idea Coop. I grew up in a house with cork floors, and it is surprisingly durable for such a "soft" material. <BR> <BR>We put cork in my wife's flower shop a couple years ago, and it is holding up quite well, it is also very comfortable to walk on.

hype29 01-18-2010 7:09 PM

I have installed it a lot. Usually snaps together like laminate flooring. It is really easy to install and very durable. Never thought it would be good for a bathroom, but it actually works well.

rubin 01-19-2010 9:27 AM

I have cork laminate. it has held up very well to my 115lb lab and husky going crazy on it. Just make sure you seal it.

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