1/2" x 3/4" x 6.5LFT Bloodwood Shoe Molding
Transitions between a wood floor and a vertical surface under cabinetry. Also serves as a substitute for Quarter Round when space is limited.
Coordinating moldings / accessories can sometimes be matched with alternate species to provide better value and consistent appearance; Matched on a species substitute: Brazilian Cherry
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Comments about 1/2" x 3/4" x 6.5LFT Bloodwood Shoe Molding:
The shoe molding was the exact shade of the bloodwood hardwood flooring. It really completes the elegant look of the floor. It is a must have to create a truly finished look.
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Q:is this flooring good for basment that flood?
A:No it will get ruined if it gets wet.
Q:I am trying to install this product in a 2nd story condominium. There are flooring restrictions because of noise. Can Cork Flooring capable of providing equal noise dampening when installed on an above grade concrete subfloor ?
A:This clic Cork flooring is quieter than hardwood and laminate floors by design.
Q:I want to install a cork floor over radiant heat cement slab .
A:A couple of things to mention; you will need a moisture (6 mil poly) barrier and the max temp on the surface of the slab cannot exceed 85 degrees for the life of the floor.
Q:Could this product be used as a counter top
A:It is possible. This is a floating "flooring" product and any other application is considered experimental.
Q:I'm thinking of using cork in my kitchen. Is there any issues I need to worry about. Is there a coating that should be used. Also any special up keep for cork flooring.
A:Cork flooring will work great in a kitchen and many of our customers have used it in that area with great success. Our cork flooring comes with several layers of water base finish, but after installation you will need to add two more coats of a water base floor finish to seal the entire floor. This will help protect the cork seams from spills and moisture. After that is all done to keep a good looking floor use a dust mop for everyday cleaning and the Bellawood floor cleaner to add a little more luster to the flooring. It is also a good idea to use mats at the sink or under a kitchen table to help absorb water that may splash out from the sink. You can find installation instructions for this product on Lumber Liquidators website flooring 101 link at the bottom of the website home page.
Q:Want to use Porto Cork over concrete, mastix, and tile squares that do not have grout between the tiles. There is a tiny indention where the tiles fit together. Where the tiny indentions are will the cork sink down into those after use. Should I use an underlayment to keep it from happening? I want to use the floor for comfort, keep my feet warmer than the ceramic tile. Could some one answer in a few days? Today is 6/9/11
A:I would be glad to help you with this installation question.
Q:I am planning to install this product in the kitchen. Would the refrigerator or any heavy appliances leave a mark on the surface, when in place or being rolled in place?
A:• Take reasonable precautions; use a dolly and protective sheets of plywood when moving heavy objects such as furniture and appliances.
Q:Can this product be put on a concrete floor basement without a dry-lock system. There has never been any water that has come in either through the floors or walls.
A:Our instructions require a 6 mil poly sheeting moisture barrier to be layed for floating floors for an On or Below Grade Concrete subfloor. Overlap seams and tape with duct tape. Overlay perimeter 3-4" up wall.
Q:Is this flooring recommended for a kitchen?
A:Yes. However resealing is necessary. For details search "Lisbon" here - http://www.lumberliquidators.com/custserv/aboutus.jsp?pageName=Flooring101
Q:how much does a case of Porto Cork weigh?
A:Please call our Customer Service Dept. @ (800) 366-4204 for help with this question.