by Cornell University Library Rubber floor tiles are manufactured from a combination of natural and synthetic rubber. As a result this makes rubber floor tiles highly resilient and ideal for areas with high traffic, workplace interiors and public places such as airports, schools, and shopping centres, as well as other health care, hospitality, retail and [...]

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by George Eastman House How to strip and wax a floor Over time the build up of wax, or other floor finishes, will give your hard floor surfaces a dull, hazy, or yellowed look. If burnishing or polishing your floor does not correct the problem, then the only solution is to strip off the old [...]

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by Texas State Archives   Fir floors are one of the most beautiful floors found in many homes throughout North America. It was one of the most popular types of flooring installed here for many years because of its easy availability. But fir floors have many unique characteristics compared to true hardwood floors like red [...]

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by Cornell University Library Adhesive: A substance capable of holding materials together by surface attachment. It is a general term and includes cements, mucilage, and paste, as well as glue. Anisotropic: Exhibiting different properties when measured along different axes. In general, fibrous materials such as wood are anisotropic. Balanced Construction: A construction such [...]

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by Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest Go for the best in gym floor covers to windscreens A game does not just need teams and a field to play; though these aspects are not as crucial as things like windscreens, football field covers, baseball protective padding, and gym floor covers. Windscreens makes the stadium [...]

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by The Library of Congress When a scratch to a hardwood floor is not too deep, there’s no need to bring in an expensive professional to fix it. By following a few simple steps, you can take care of the problem yourself. So, here are the five easy steps to use in Floor Sanding Sunshine Coast [...]

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by National Library of Scotland So you’ve decided to build a basement room, but don’t know where to start? Here are several key areas to focus on to create additional living space in your household: 1. Plan it out: The first thing you will want to do is evaluate the space you have available to [...]

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by State Library of New South Wales collection When considering when the best time will be to install your new epoxy flooring, it’s important to take into account the outdoor temperature. Epoxy mixtures can be affected by both temperature and humidity, so the key to application success is choosing a time that will ensure installation [...]

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by Cornell University Library Suppliers of floor coatings to businesses and do-it-yourself home owners are deploying real-time technical phone support in order to solve the problem of improper installation. The trick to creating a quality floor coating is getting the coating to adhere to the substrate surface with out chipping, peeling, or lifting. The [...]

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by Cornell University Library So you followed all of the manufacturer’s instructions, but still find that your garage floor epoxy is peeling and flaking? Unfortunately, rather than a faulty product, this most likely boils down to a case of improper preparation before you put the coating down on your concrete. Without the correct steps to [...]

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