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Articles by Kirsten Kapsin

Eco Flooring Recycled

You may be surprised to know that almost all floor types can be recycled at the end of their useful lives. Bamboo floors made with grass shoots, rubber flooring...(more on Eco Flooring Recycled)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Green Flooring on January 20, 2009
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Eco Flooring Recycled

Waxing Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl floors usually only require a light sweep and mop with a mild cleaner in order to retain a and new-looking surface. Mopping should be done with warm water...(more on Waxing Vinyl Flooring)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Care And Maintenance on January 20, 2009
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Waxing Vinyl Flooring

Green Flooring Materials

Green means a lot of different things to different people. For example, some people believe that a product that can be recycled at the end of its useful life is...(more on Green Flooring Materials)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Green Flooring on January 19, 2009
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Green Flooring Materials

Clean Travertine Floors

Travertine is a type of porous and dense stone that's popularly used for indoor and outdoor installation. The face of travertine naturally contains cavities that...(more on Clean Travertine Floors)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Care And Maintenance on January 19, 2009
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Clean Travertine Floors

Kid Flooring

Kid-friendly floors are typically surfaces that are slip resistant and free from toxic chemicals. In addition to getting a floor that's made with few to no...(more on Kid Flooring)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Green Flooring on January 16, 2009
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Kid Flooring

Installing Laminate Floors for Kids

Laminate flooring can be the best choice for active, growing kids. Laminate floors are made in one of two ways and range in strength and durability. Higher quality...(more on Installing Laminate Floors for Kids)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Laminate Flooring on January 16, 2009
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Installing Laminate Floors for Kids

How to Clean Terrazzo Floors

Terrazzo flooring can be made with up to 95% recycled content (including post-consumer glass) and is considered green. The more sustainable terrazzo floor...(more on How to Clean Terrazzo Floors)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Green Flooring on January 15, 2009
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How to Clean Terrazzo Floors

Recycled Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood is not often regarded as a green flooring material as it's usually sourced using deforestation. Nonetheless, some manufacturers are now using hardwood...(more on Recycled Hardwood Flooring)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Green Flooring on January 15, 2009
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Recycled Hardwood Flooring

Tigerwood Hardwood Floor

Tigerwood, or Coula edulis, is an evergreen tree that grows in the western regions of Africa. On average, Tigerwood grows up to 38 m, with leaves that range...(more on Tigerwood Hardwood Floor)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Hardwood Flooring on January 15, 2009
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Tigerwood Hardwood Floor

Allergy Free Home for Kids

It's important to maintain an allergy-free home when you have kids. Choosing a floor that contains a safe level of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) is one way in...(more on Allergy Free Home for Kids)

By Kirsten Kapsin, Posted in Friendly Flooring on January 14, 2009
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Allergy Free Home for Kids
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