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Buy Wood Plasitc Composite Flooring(wpc) Will Appear Two Errors

Jun 17, 2017

Decoration, the purchase of decoration materials is a very important part. Composite timber flooring because of its excellent practical performance, gradually accepted and used to the decoration. Wood plastic composite is a kind of wood-based materials and thermoplastic polymer materials and processing aids, mixed and then by the mold equipment heating extrusion molding made of high-tech green materials, both wood and plastic Performance and features, can replace wood and plastic new environmentally friendly high-tech materials, and wood with the same processing characteristics, the use of ordinary tools can be sawing, drilling, on the nail, very convenient, can be used as ordinary wood. At the same time with wood wood texture and plastic water corrosion characteristics, making it a good performance and very durable outdoor waterproof anti-corrosion building materials.


Misunderstanding 1: the wood flooring is the wood plastic composite decking (wpc flooring)

Wood flooring is wood flooring, do not think it is genuine wpc flooring Oh. Buy a plate, and then buy paint homemade, polished, seem to save a lot of costs, but the pollution caused by paint is far from the savings can solve the problem. The real wpc flooring is the manufacturers through the mechanization, the initiative is relatively high production line to complete, to avoid the generation of pollutants, so that products use more environmentally friendly.


Misunderstanding 2: laying a large board when laying

Some people think that only install wpc flooring is not enough, in order to be able to have a better foot feeling, a lot of people will be covered in a layer of big bones on the keel. Ignore is that the quality of the big core board are generally poor, poor quality of the big board instead of wpc flooring pavement effect caused a great impact. So, if you insist on to add a large core board, then, we must choose the quality of Kaopu.

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