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Quality Vinyl Flooring Roll CHEAP Wood & Tile Kitchen Bathroom Lino 2m / 3m / 4m

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About Lino

Invented in 1855 by Frederick Walton, linoleum is a cheap and easy to install flooring solution. It can be bought in many different styles, each with their own unique pattern and look - any room in the house can be completed by adding lino flooring. Modern lino is less flammable than PVC and other vinyl floor coverings, it is made from organic materials and it is hypoallergenic, meaning that allergy sufferers won't have a bad reaction when you invite them in to your home. This is why hospitals, care homes and similar institutions use lino to cover their floors. Most commonly used throughout the 20th century as a covering for kitchen floors, linoleum has emerged in and out of fashion over the years. The modern use of lino is wide and varying, with a slightly different substance being used than what the original lino was made from. Walton got the idea when he noticed a flexible and malleable skin had solidified around a can of linseed oil - he thought that the substance might become a good substitute for Indian rubber. After many failed attempts, and quite a few setbacks including burning down his first factory, and developing chronic skin conditions, Walton discovered a way to apply the substance to fabrics such as cotton or canvas. After patenting his designs he started to sell what he called linoleum out of two shops he purchased in London. Although it is still referred to as linoleum today, what we know as lino is in fact a completely different substance called Polyvinyl chloride. Based off the earlier lino designs, the new version is brighter, has greater translucency and is less flammable than its predecessor.