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Pergo flooring

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Ruthiebabes Tue 23-Sep-08 09:49:54

We are just finishing our ground floor extension, and are considering putting Pergo flooring in the open plan kitchen diner/ family room. Does anyone have this?? If so, what do you think of it??
Any help much appreciated.

pofaced Tue 23-Sep-08 09:56:36

We have it & it's great. We have the imitation wood in our kitchen/ dining room & it works v well with solid wood elsewhere. We chose it because we wanted something indestructible that could take heavy traffic from garden/ water/ etc but didn't want tiles (too hard underfoot), amtico (too expensive), rubber/ marmoleum (not indestructible enough), vinyl/ laminate (not nice enough).

We just wash it with very hot water (no detergent) & bought a handy mop thingy for it: basically it's an e-cloth that attaches to the mop head with velcro.

Ruthiebabes Tue 23-Sep-08 12:23:46

Thanks for that pofaced. I have two kids aged 5 and 2, and need something indestructable but I also want it to look nice. I will probably go for Pergo then, thanks.

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