Published at Wednesday, 23 August 2017 by Roesia Bonnet in Kitchen Floor, with total 35 images.
Linoleum was out of vogue for a long time but it's making a comeback thanks to its eco-friendly and health-conscious qualities. Linoleum is made from natural materials, including linseed oil, wood resins and flour, and pigments. It's biodegradable and recyclable. Linoleum's surface repels dust and dirt for a floor that's hypoallergenic.
Natural bamboo is blond. Stained bamboo comes in a variety of colors; stains can be translucent or opaque. Carbonized or caramelized bamboo is pressure-heated to brown the sugar compounds. This produces a warm color without using stains or dyes.
Many types are imbued with antimicrobial protection to fight bacteria, mold, and mildew. Wipe up spills immediately. Sweep, dust, or vacuum regularly, and occasionally wipe the surface with a damp mop or cloth. For glossy floors, occasionally strip and reapply polish as necessary. Avoid waxing or buffing the surface.