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Is the Surface of Bamboo Flooring Wear-resistant? Is There Any Color Variation?
Is the Surface of Bamboo Flooring Wear-resistant? Is There Any Color Variation?

Is the Surface of Bamboo Flooring Wear-resistant? Is There Any Color Variation?

Ⅰ. Assortment of bamboo flooring

According to its surface structure, bamboo floor panels can be sorted into the following three types: radial-cut face (vertical pressed) bamboo flooring, chord-cut face (horizontal pressured) bamboo flooring, and bamboo scrimber flooring. According to its processing method, bamboo floor panels can be sorted into two types: natural bamboo flooring and carbonized bamboo flooring. The former has preserved the original color of bamboo. In contrast, the later is carbonized at a high temperature and under high pressure to make pieces of bamboo appear darker and more uniform in color.

Flooring is a part and parcel of house decoration. By virtue of its delicate and serene gloss as well as smooth and pleasant touch, bamboo flooring is an ideal choice for decoration, giving people a refined sense of fresh. In addition, its high elasticity and stability has made itself suited for the young and elder alike. Houses decorated with pretty bamboo flooring featuring natural and delicate gloss bring about a literally visual feast. Bamboo flooring is made via a series of procedures and has many differences with other common floorings particularly in terms of texture and appearance. With lots of advantages, bamboo flooring thus is more expensive than other common floorings. For example, one of the natural advantages of bamboo flooring is that it can keep warm in winter and cool in summer.

Ⅱ. Are all bamboo floorings carbonized? Are their surfaces wear-resistant?

All raw materials of bamboo flooring are carbonized. For details, the carbonization is done by advanced computers in control of carbonization pots, which promises expected effects of color uniformity and darkness. After carbonization, bamboo flooring has better stability, durability, and ensured quality.

Is the surface of bamboo flooring wear-resistant? The answer is a definite yes. The surface density of bamboo flooring is as high as 3H, which is higher than that of general solid wood flooring. The higher the density is, the higher hardness the bamboo flooring has. Besides, the reason why bamboo flooring is wear-resistant also lies in the paint containing wear-resistant particles of aluminum oxide.

Ⅲ. Is there a color variation within bamboo floorings?

There's no obvious color variation within bamboo floor panels, neither nor the bamboo floor panels modelled after antique styles. Natural bamboo flooring, after strict color selection, also has no obvious color variation. Made up of natural bamboo, bamboo flooring does have color variation, which is smaller than solid wood flooring. As a result of such environmental differences as growth region and sunny or shady exposure as well as growth age, bamboo itself is sure to have certain color variation, which gives bamboo products more flavor of naturalness.