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linoleum

a floor-covering which contains lead; cows and dogs with pica may be poisoned when they eat it.
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describe how the quality of lines affects the quality of their drawings and their linoleum prints.
com recommends sweeping, dust-mopping or vacuuming your linoleum floor frequently in order to cut down on the amount of abrasive dirt around that can build up and mar the finish.
Her credentials as a "paint and linoleum expert" are presented here in her own words.
I know that linoleum and vinyl flooring are different, and that linoleum is considered safe and vinyl is questionable.
All were placed on a floor covered in wood-grain linoleum tiles, some of which were also marbleized to form an arresting, parquetlike design.
Presuming the misclassification of linoleum and cork is similar among participating and nonparticipating families, then the distribution of flooring materials can be recalculated.
Jordan went back to the "copious journals" he's written since he was 17 to create Like a Dog on Linoleum, which is indeed just him, just telling his story.
The linoleum compound is typically produced from a mixture of linseed oil (27%), colophonium (8%), limestone (10%), ground wood (10%), ground cork (10%) and pigment (5%) (20).
Most people want to buy something natural because it does something for them," says Piera Marotta, residential marketing manager for Forbo Linoleum, "not just because it's 'green.
My immediate thoughts about linoleum tile are as valid as any thoughts that came to you.