When many people hear the cork laminate flooring, they think of being soft and swaying when they step on it. In fact, this is not the case at all. Those who have pinched the cork of a wine bottle know that cork is actually not that soft. In addition, in order to improve the supporting force of cork laminate flooring, a relatively hard base layer will be added in the middle, and with the progress of technology, cork laminate flooring has truly achieved the characteristics of hard appearance and high elasticity.
Because the interior of the cork laminate flooring is honeycomb, the floor will still be pressed for a long time, so it is best to change the position of the furniture frequently, or pad the pad. The resilience of cork laminate floorings is good, so don't worry too much about this.
Cork was first used as a wine stopper, and this material is naturally impervious to water and liquid. In addition, the current cork laminate flooring technology has been improved. Although it is naturally soft, after a series of processes such as breaking, hot pressing, curing, and finishing, the surface will become a dense whole, with very good physical and chemical properties. It is stable, not easy to be deformed by moisture, and will not hide dirt and dirt. It can also be used in the bathroom, so there is no need to worry about getting damp and breeding bacteria.
As far as the renewability of raw materials is concerned, cork laminate flooringing is undoubtedly a renewable and environmentally friendly material. If we talk about the addition of ingredients during processing, it is actually no different from other wooden floors.