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laminate floors in kitchens are fine!

Posted by Marge Redmond on June 23rd, 1998 09:59 PM
In reply to laminate vs wood floors by brian donnelly on December 29th, 1997 11:26 AM [Go to top of thread]

To protect your laminate floor from scratching is very simple; inexpensive felt tabs are available from Pickering Laminate Flooring to put on the feet of any furniture, thus providing the protection you need. Laminate floor are the easiest kind of flooring to care for and maintain. The key is to remember that LESS is MORE: in other words, all you EVER do is sweep or vacuum, and then wipe clean with a soft cloth or terry cloth mop that is lightly dampened with either water or cleaner provided by the manufacturer. Never any waxing, oiling, resurfacing, scrubbing, etc. The other key is to wipe up any spills immediately by first sopping them with an absorbent towel or paper towel, and then cleaning as mentioned above. What could be more simple, or more beautiful? By the way, Pickering Laminate Floors are the only laminates with a Lifetime Warranty, and come in colors and patterns that are preferred by more consumers. Check us out at your local floor dealer. For a dealer near you, or for answers to any questions you may have, call 1-888-742-5210. Thanks!

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