Results for: Linoleum

How do you remove linoleum?

Depending on the sub-flooring and the quality of the linoleum the job will be easy or a "Bear." It really isn't the floor covering that is difficult it is the adhesive used. t (MORE)

What is linoleum made out of?

Linoleum is made from renewable materials such as solidified linseed oil, pine rosin, ground cork dust, wood flour, and mineral fillers such as calcium carbonate.
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What is linoleum?

Linoleum is a material made up of a canvas backing, thickly coated with linseed oil and powdered cork.

Who invented linoleum?

The person who invented linoleum in 1855 was a man named Frederick  Walton. He is also the person who invented Lincrusta in 1877.

How do you estimate for linoleum?

just measure to the farthest point in each direction. Make a drawing & calculate the sq feet. dont forget: sub floor prep, add in pattern matches if it has seems, take out, fu (MORE)

What is dirty linoleum?

Linoleum Care Both Marmoleum and Armstrong are major producers of this 140-year-old technology. Linseed oil & wood flour or cork dust and a few other secret ingredients. Lin (MORE)

What is a dirty linoleum?

Linoleum Care Both Marmoleum and Armstrong are major producers of this 140-year-old technology. Linseed oil & wood flour or cork dust and a few other secret ingredients. Lin (MORE)

Does linoleum have asbestos in it?

Linoleum is actually a brand name which is often confused with all  types of sheet vinyl. In fact many types of sheet vinyl have  asbestos in the backing as well as in the a (MORE)

Can you put linoleum on top of linoleum?

If you're the homeowner: YES YOU CAN. you will need to level any embossment prior to installing over new linoleum or other sheet goods. NO YOU CAN'T or shouldn't if wet floo (MORE)