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Old 02-16-2003, 07:01 AM   #15
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Warren,

I bet you won't go back to carpets! I now have the mind set that I can't keep them nice and clean. I vacuum every couple of days, so at least their not dirty . I also have Stanley Steamer clean them every 6 months.

I've decided to go with the Cork flooring. It's warmer on your bare feet(I have a slight drag with my left leg and throw rugs are an accident waiting to happen), it weighs less and I feel it should be easier to make all of those cuts.

Thanks for your insights-John
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