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Date Posted: 02:22:48 07/24/16 Sun
Author: Honestly, linoleum would be my choice
Subject: Tile is rough on my back and knees. But, the kids can mop it (meaning they can flood it!) and nothing bad
In reply to: help! 's message, "Kitchen remodel" on 06:00:58 07/22/16 Fri

happens. Just bought a house with wood kitchen floor...paid 2000 to have them treated. Floor guy says now we can't hurt them. Challenge accepted!

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  • We have hardwood floors in the Kitchen. Had it refinished 25 years ago with a clear varnish. It survived a dog, a flood (while we were away!) and countless spills and drips. -- :-), 21:21:39 07/24/16 Sun
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