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Re: Spring- Yeah!

No- pergo is only moisture proof on the finished service.  The joints 
are not- you aren't even supposed to use one of those Swiffer wet 
cleaner things on them.  Mind you, I do in the kitchen- like who isn't 
going to need to clean their kitchen floor.  But the result is bulging 
at the seems and eventually will need to be replaced.


Donna wrote:

>Why no pergo Theresa?
>I thought it was moisture proof as well as guaranteed.
>--- Theresa <tchessie1@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>>P.S.  I strongly recommend Not to use laminate/pergo
>>in a kitchen.  Bad 
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