Vinyl floor - the best alternative for living spaces?
In recent years, polyvinyl chloride floors have gained wide popularity. Simple equipment is required for their production, as raw materials waste from the disposal of old houses and other chemicals and products that would otherwise need to be disposed of at high temperatures can be used. Cheap raw materials, simple production technology and modern 3D printing equipment make this product attractive to both manufacturers and consumers.
However, before using polyvinyl chloride flooring in your living spaces, it is worth understanding the potential risks. Laminate, parquet or natural linoleum may still be a better alternative. Information about polyvinyl chloride floor coverings and their effects on human health is widely available on the Internet. Here are some links:
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