do your cork floors dent?
We have just installed new cork floors. They are Durocork, direct glue-down tiles over plywood subfloors. And they look great. We're very pleased.
DH is starting to obsess about denting them. As in: put a sheet of cardboard under the stepladder before standing on it. He recognizes that we're in that early stage keep-it-perfect mode. But still.
I know there are cork floors that have been around for 75 years. I never thought much about this...heard that cork is resilient and if you dent it, the floor will sort of spring back.
What's your experience? Do I need to lug around cardboard or plywood everytime I want to sit on a stool or stand on a stepladder? Do you have dents from furniture, ladders, anything really heavy?