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SPC Vinyl Flooring BSM-050 5.5mm

  • ECO-Friendly & Zero Formaldehyde
  • 100% waterproof surface
  • Super wear-resistant
  • Fireproof
  • DIY friendly
  • 3D real wood grain
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SPC flooring is a high-quality, high-tech new floor decoration material. It uses natural marble powder to form a solid base layer with high density and high fiber mesh structure. The surface is covered with a super wear-resistant polymer PVC wear-resistant layer. Processed through hundreds of processes.

SPC Flooring has 3D real wood grain
The surface adopts infrared matching technology. Restore real-world solid wood details. The groove direction coincides with the texture. Texture meets expectations. it is available in many shades and even textures.
ECO-Friendly & Zero Formaldehyde

SPC flooring is able to do 0 methanol, from its unique material and composition. SPC floors are done by heating and do not require glue. The main material of SPC stone plastic floor base is natural stone powder, which does not contain formaldehyde and any radioactive elements.

100% waterproof surface
SPC flooring is synthetic, so you won’t find any wood or organic material inside of these planks or tiles. That makes them the perfect choice for wet areas in homes like kitchens and bathrooms along with living spaces. They won’t swell, warp, or be damaged by water.
Super wear-resistant
SPC floors feature a high-quality wear layer that provides excellent scratch and dent resistance. So, if you’re looking for the best flooring for dogs, cats or messy toddlers, SPC flooring fits the bill.
Fireproof
The SPC floor is made of new flame retardant materials, which will automatically extinguish within 5 seconds after leaving the flame. The fire resistance index can reach B1 level, second only to stone, and it will not produce suffocating toxic and harmful gases, which is very environmentally friendly and safe.
SPC floors are DIY friendly
Most SPC floors can be considered DIY. Floating (or click-together floors) products are the easiest floors to install, regardless of their type. Basically attach each floor to an adjacent plank or tile and let gravity and friction do the rest.
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