2014 hot sale floor/ waterproof pvc flooring for child

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10000 m²/month

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1.Specifications:

Material

PVC virgin material

Thickness

2mm, 3mm, 8mm

Wear layer

0.5mm

Width

1.5m

Pattern

Customized design

MOQ

1 sqm

2.Certifications: CE,ISO14001, ISO9001,CTI.

3.Features:
1) PVC material,eco-friendly,safe,soft,comfortable

2) Super wear resistance,durable,long service time
3) Customized design, personalized cartoons

4) An-slip,injury prevention

5)Shock proof and noise absorption 
6) Easy installation and cleaning

7) Play function and educational.

8) Waterproof,moistureproof,anti-bacterial,fire resistance.

4.Application:

Kindergarten,school, parent-child center, children study/sleeping rooms,children activity/ library/ health recovery and training rooms,house corridors, halls and other grounds for children living and studying.



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Q:How to quickly remove the glue on the floor
There are special in addition to glue spray, you go to the building materials supermarket to find (do not get hard, damage the surface)
Q:Combinatorics-Floor and Ceiling Problem?
If x=2k, k∈ℤ, ceiling[(2x + 1) / 2)] - ceiling[(2x + 1) / 4] + floor[(2x + 1) / 4] = = ceiling[2k + 1/ 2] - ceiling[k + 1/4] + floor[k + 1/4] = = (2k+1) - (k+1) + k = 2k = x = floor(x) = ceiling(x). ---------- If x=2k+1, k∈ℤ, ceiling[(2x + 1) / 2)] - ceiling[(2x + 1) / 4] + floor[(2x + 1) / 4] = = ceiling[2k + 1] - ceiling[k + 1/2] + floor[k + 1/2] = = (2k+1) - (k+1) + k = 2k = x = floor(x) = ceiling(x). ---------- If 2k < x ≤ 2k+1/2, k∈ℤ, = 2k+1/2 < (2x+1)/2 = x+1/2 ≤ 2k+1 = ceiling[(2x+1)/2] = 2k+1 and k+1/4 < (2x+1)/4 = x/2+1/4 ≤ k+1/2 = ceiling[(2x+1)/4] = k+1 floor[(2x+1)/4] = k Then ceiling[(2x + 1) / 2)] - ceiling[(2x + 1) / 4] + floor[(2x + 1) / 4] = = (2k+1) - (k+1) + k = 2k = floor(x). ---------- If 2k+1/2 < x < 2k+1, k∈ℤ, = 2k+1 < (2x+1)/2 = x+1/2 < 2k+3/2 = ceiling[(2x+1)/2] = 2k+2 and k+1/2 < (2x+1)/4 = x/2+1/4 < k+3/4 = ceiling[(2x+1)/4] = k+1 floor[(2x+1)/4] = k Then ceiling[(2x + 1) / 2)] - ceiling[(2x + 1) / 4] + floor[(2x + 1) / 4] = = (2k+2) - (k+1) + k = 2k+1 = ceiling(x). ---------- If 2k+1 < x ≤ 2k+3/2, k∈ℤ, = 2k+3/2 < (2x+1)/2 = x+1/2 ≤ 2k+2 = ceiling[(2x+1)/2] = 2k+2 and k+3/2 < (2x+1)/4 = x/2+1/4 ≤ k+1 = ceiling[(2x+1)/4] = k+1 floor[(2x+1)/4] = k Then ceiling[(2x + 1) / 2)] - ceiling[(2x + 1) / 4] + floor[(2x + 1) / 4] = = (2k+2) - (k+1) + k = 2k+1 = floor(x). ---------- If 2k+3/2 < x < 2k+2, k∈ℤ, = 2k+2 < (2x+1)/2 = x+1/2 < 2k+5/2 = ceiling[(2x+1)/2] = 2k+3 and k+1 < (2x+1)/4 = x/2+1/4 < k+5/4 = ceiling[(2x+1)/4] = k+2 floor[(2x+1)/4] = k+1 Then ceiling[(2x + 1) / 2)] - ceiling[(2x + 1) / 4] + floor[(2x + 1) / 4] = = (2k+3) - (k+2) + (k+1) = 2k+2 = floor(x).
Q:Fixing huge marks and dents on floors.?
Is it wood? If so you may be able to steam it out. Soak it, then use a wet towel and hot iron. Put the towel on the spot and keep pressing the iron on the spot, don't leave it too long, just press and then check.
Q:When tiling a wall AND the floor, how close to the floor should I get the wall tile?
One of the things that can hurt you with the floor when setting tight from the wall is if your floor tile is not laid flat. If your tiles undulate more than say 1/8 of an inch you could have a pretty serious chaulk bead to cover up the gaps. A suggestion that I can give you on setting flat is to use a straight edge. A straight edge can be a good level with a hard 90 degree edge. Set the level across two tiles one that was set previously and the new set at a 45 degree angle and look at the hard edge against the tiles to see daylight. Any daylight raise or lower the newly set tile. If you just want to 'stick and forget' I suggest putting in at least an 1/8th inch grout joint between the floor and wall to make up for the differences. Also, get some white wedges from a local tile shop that sells materials and supplies. This will help in raising and lowering tiles to keep a level line on your wall tiles. Also, one more thing to remember is to use an anti-fracture membrane on the floor so if there are any cracks in the surface they will not crack the tiles from future movement of your concrete foundation. If you are setting over a wood subfloor you will have to use a tile substrate like cement backerboard. Check out your local where house store for information and classes on how to set basic tile installations. Good luck.
Q:Falling through the floor dream?
hi Jimmy, falling through ã floor and trying to cross an invisible floor would say to me that the endeavor I am attempting to do in my waking life is being literally shown to me several things: that the support I need either emotionally, physically or spiritually that I counted on is actually not there, Its an illusion without substance. I would take it as a warning to re-think what I am doing and with whom. do they really have your back, or is it an illusion? Perhaps the best person to depend upon is yourself. Thats what I would think, were this my dream. zolz Uriel
Q:Is there a steam mop that is safe for laminate floors?
Wood laminate floors are less expensive than hardwood floors and are much easier to install. Since wood laminate floors can be installed over virtually any surface, most homeowners install wood laminate floors themselves. For this reason, wood laminate floors are a great alternative to installing hardwood floors. Cleaning a wood laminate floor is just as easy as long as you have the right cleaning supplies.
Q:How do I wash my floor?
If your wood floors look dingy, it could be a wax build up problem. You can use vinegar and water to polish them but be sure not to soak the floor like you might a vinyl floor, just damp mop. I recently bought the steam mop as seen on tv' and I am very very happy with it on tile and my wood floors!Just uses water!! Its so easy!! I would NOT scrub them with a brush or you can rub the polish off and leave them raw and vulnerable to being ruined by wet shoes. I also heard that if you put wax paper on your swifer kind of mop that that will offer a quick shine! If they are really worn out wood floors, you can hire someone to buff and polish them and they will look brand new!
Q:Multiple floors, one wireless router?
The higher the frequency, the more the signals will bounce on the walls instead of going trough it ;) anyway. A normal access point has 30 meters range so i don't think it will be a problem.
Q:White washing a maple floor?
When you refinish a hardwood floor, you sand off the old finish, apply a stain, remove the excess, let that dry, and then apply a protective coating. I've never done a whitewash stain on a floor. But, I imagine you would just use a whitewash instead of the darker stain and everything else is the same. I would suggest, though, that you get a sample piece of hardwood flooring and try it out before committing to the whole floor. BTW - Refinishing a hardwood floor costs about $4 - $5 a square foot, plus an additional 50 cents a square foot for additional protective coatings.
Q:Healthy wood flooring which brand is good?
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