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Old 04-03-2011, 09:51 PM   #1
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Armstrong Vinyl Sheet Flooring


Do you recommend this flooring for a kitchen and bath ? I am concerned about using it where there is water , heat, and moisture. Looking for something more economical than ceramic and easier to maintain. Please advise!! Thanks

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Armstrong Vinyl Sheet Flooring


Which one? They make a lot of different vinyls. But any should work in a kitchen or bath.

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