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Minimum Order Quantity:1000 MetersUnit:mLoading Port:China Main Port
Supply Ability:20000 Kilograms per Day 24HoursPayment Terms:TT or LC

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Introduction of WPC Decking

1. Green ecological, Innovative technology, Lifestyle

2. Elegant nature wood grain texture and touch, with wood scent

3. Elegant and detailed shape design

4. Resistant to cracking and splitting

5. Water-proof, moldy-proof, prevents rotting and moisture, anti-acid, alkali and pest resistance

6. Environmental friendly, fully recyclable and no other hazard chemical

7. Safe to use for many years

8. No painting, no glue, free maintenance

9. Anti-slip, less crack and warp, barefoot friendly

10. Good weatherability, suitable from -40°C to +60°C

11.Easy to process install and clean

12.UV resistance, Fade resistant Durable

13.Dimension stability against moisture and temperature

14. High quality with competitive price.

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Q:asap...answer please!! building floor labeled 13???
Yes I have been in a building that has a thirteenth floor and it is actually numbered that way too!! But as noted below this is not to common..... but look at some of the other Countries that delete different numbers... pretty funny: American and Canadian buildings typically omit the thirteenth floor in their floor numbering because of common superstition surrounding this number.[citation needed] The floor numbering may either go straight from 12 to 14, or the floor may be given an alternative name such as Skyline. In some Asian countries, because the number four sounds like death in Chinese and related languages, it is sometimes skipped in hospital buildings, and some business buildings follow this convention as well.
Q:Need advise cleaning laminate floors.?
Hi, I just use warm water and vinegar 1 cup to a gallon. It works well and I prefer something that is natural. I just use a mop that is well wrung out. You do not want to over wet floors. I sometimes buff up with a towel attached to my swifter. Soap-based products and citrus based products leave a residue on laminate making them look dull. It may take a few washings to get rid of the film. It is good to use warm water as it evaporates more quickly.
Q:Removing vinyl flooring?
From a Ret. flooring installer If you want to install another floor, you dont need to remove it, you can simply go over it, but first lets talk prep work: A) Go to Home Depot, go into flooring section in back and find a large bag of Henry's flooring patch material. B) Take A small bucket and put about 1 cup of water to start with, and pour some patch in it, start mixing, you want the consistency of peanut butter, keep mixing up more but not too much water at first. C) Get a flat trowel, what you want to do is only skim the patch over the floor, no puddles, hold trowel at 90 degree angle slighly when doing this with the patch, after drying, scrape good with clean trowel to remove any humps or bumps You can now install any type floor over that, make sure it is smooth., and all crevices are filled in.
Q:How do you clean your Pergo flooring?
Cheap solution to replace those expensive PERGO flooring cleaners. 1/3 part white vinegar 1/3 part rubbing alcohol 1/3 part water 3 drops diswashing liquid Mix this into a spray bottle and you have the equivalent of the Pergo floor cleaner. Just spray and mop; also great for deodorizing a room and for a fast cleanup. I also use this on my tile floors with great results. Pergo is better off when water doesn't sit on it too long, the alcohol is added to make it dry faster. And it won't leave your floor sticky either.
Q:Mobilehome floor, cover or replace?
If it is really plywood, and has no rotting, I would lay more plywood on top. However, if it is not true plywood, but rather chip wood or particle board, rip it up and get it the heck out of there. Nothing but trouble, that stuff. Better to get it out now, than deal with repeated headaches from it for years to come. EDIT: yes, the walls are built on top of the base floor, but if it is particle board, you can chisel through it at the base of the wall. It means that you will have to trim each sheet of plywood that goes near the wall before installing it, but so be it.
Q:Polyurethane floors - what fills the tiny cracks?
On floors that are much older than 10 years the cracks are usually not filled when refinishing. The reason for this is that the wood will expand and contract with season changes. When the floor expands the filler or putty in the cracks will crack and not look good. If the floor is newer with just a few very minor cracks you can fill with a trowelable wood filler, such as woodwise brand filler. This would be the method if completely sanding floors down... If you are just recoating the floor it would be best to use a matching wood putty. prior to buffing or coating the floor. This way it will seal it in to the floor.
Q:Floor underneath tub missing?!?
Usually there is no finished floor under a tub, HOWEVER the tub should be set upon the sub-floor which is usually plywood. If there is none there it could be a real issue, but if you are just renting it is not your issue. Take a few pictures (and keep them) also report your discovery to the manager or owner, this way you are covered.
Q:did the twin towers have a thirteenth floor ?
Why wouldnt there be?
Q:There are also books and lakes under the floor
You can find specifically used to kill insecticidal drugs to deal with the next.
Q:Glittery floor covering?
these floors are covered with an enameled paint product made by Rustoleum. the kits to do this can be purchased at Home Depot or Lowes. they are designed for garage floors and must be used on concrete floors. the cost is about 100.00. the concrete must be prepped first for consistent coverage. a pro should be consulted. good luck.

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