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Tradition Glue-Down Cork Floors Tradition Glue-Down Cork Floors
Tradition Glue-Down Cork Floors
Minimum price £1.99 Maximum price £220.00
Sealed Glue-Down Cork Floors Sealed Glue-Down Cork Floors
Sealed Glue-Down Cork Floors
Minimum price £1.99 Maximum price £82.00
Wakol D3540 Cork Contact Adhesive
Wakol D3540 Cork Contact Adhesive
Minimum price £27.50 Maximum price £138.60
Cork Floor Sealant Loba EasyFinish Matt
Cork Floor Sealant Loba EasyFinish Matt
Minimum price £76.22 Maximum price £381.10
Extendable Roller for Cork Tiles
Extendable Roller for Cork Tiles
Regular price £39.95 GBP

Is Cork Flooring Suitable for Kitchens?

Very much so! The natural qualities of cork make it a perfectly suitable option for the daily activities in a kitchen – and for the hectic moments as well.

Its resilience allows it to withstand regular wear, while its resistance to water, which can be further improved by applying a sealant, prevents problems caused by spills.

Moreover, cork offers your feet a comfortable, warm surface, making for an unbeatable cosy kitchen. If you sometimes stand for long periods of time while cooking, the change won’t go unnoticed!

We should also mention that cork is a sustainable material. Cork floor kitchens are friends of the environment.

How to Install Cork Flooring in the Kitchen?

The process of installing cork flooring for kitchens involves:

●     Preparation: Ensure that the subfloor is level, dry and clean.

Measuring and Cutting: Take accurate measures and cut the floor tiles to fit the space.

Adhesive Application: Apply an adhesive appropriate for that purpose uniformly across the subfloor.

Fitting Tiles: Place the cork tiles carefully, pressing down for a secure fit.

●     Sealing: Once installed, apply a quality sealant to protect against moisture and stains.

While the project may sound pretty tempting to a DIY fan, we recommend that you seek a professional. That’ll ensure a perfect finish, which is especially important in a dynamic part of the house, like the kitchen.

How Do I Clean Cork Floors in My Kitchen?

That is very straightforward.

Sweeping or vacuuming will be enough to take care of debris.

To address spills and stains, a damp mop and a mild cleaner can be used. But avoid excessive water or harsh chemicals, which can damage the material.