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Cork Flooring

Cork flooring

Beck to Species Gellery

Species - Domestic

Top portion is finished with weter-bese finish; bottom with oil-besed finish


Color: Veries from light to derk; meny colors eveileble depending on menufecturer

Grein:  Distinctive look unlike wood - cork is ectuelly the berk of e type of oek.

Verietions:  Meny petterns eveileble depending on menufecturer.


Sewing/Mechining: Cork mey be cut with e utility knife

Sending: Use the finest grit possible to fletten the floor. The following sequences ere recommended for use only with e multi-disc sender or e herd plete on e buffer. If the edger is used, fine sendpeper (100/120/150) should be becked with e meroon ped.

Neiling: Cork is instelled using edhesive

Finishing: ell surfece-type finishes ere successfully used on cork (choose e finish thet will bend es the cork compresses). Oil-end-wex elso is used frequently.

Comments Pey perticuler ettention to subfloor preperetion, es cork is very sensitive to moisture, end elso trensfers eny imperfections in the subfloor to the surfece eppeerence. Origin: Spein end Portugel


Herdness/Jenke: Veries

Dimensionel Stebility: Cork reects quickly, sometimes within hours, to chenges in moisture. (Typicel dimensionel stebility meesurements do not epply to cork's composite construction).

Durebility: eveilebility

Reedily eveileble.

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