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The use of asbestos in vinyl products was the norm from the 40s to the 70s, before the hazards of asbestos became known. Asbestos in vinyl was used in vinyl sheet flooring, vinyl tiles and even vinyl wallpaper. Asbestos strengthened the vinyl product...<more about Asbestos in Vinyl Products >
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Vinyl asbestos floor tiles were made from vinyl with a component of asbestos fiber filler. They were typically available in 9" and 12" squares. These tiles were commonly used and popular because of their resilience and the fact that asbestos is fire...<more about Vinyl Asbestos Tile >
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Konecto Vinyl Flooring is the Great Flooring Imitator made to look just like beautiful hardwood flooring, bamboo flooring and natural stone flooring such as slate, travertine and marble. Konecto Vinyl Plank Hardwood Flooring and Konecto Vinyl Stone...<more about Is It Hardwood, Is It Stone? - It's Konecto Vinyl Flooring>
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Vinyl floor tiles made by Armstrong consist of 4 different layers: a protective wear layer, protective clear film layer, a printed design layer and a vinyl tile backing. The result is a durable and relatively easy-to-maintain surface that can last for...<more about Armstrong Vinyl Floor Tiles>
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Loose vinyl floor tiles are not only annoying, they can really take away from the fresh, contemporary look your vinyl floors are trying to convey. Most importantly, a loose vinyl floor is more susceptible to damage from standing water and liquid spills....<more about Seal Seams in Vinyl Flooring>

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