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Restaining Cork Flooring


We installed cork tiles 10 years ago in our kitchen/ family room area. We installed the cork to match our natural oak cabinets and trim that is throughout the house. Tens years later and alot of fading, I am tied of everything being one color. Can I restain the cork? It is faded where direct sunlight hit it. I was thinking of going almost espresso in color. What work would b involved?

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