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Armstrong Cushion Step and others

Posted by cheerpeople (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 22, 11 at 18:52

My sister loves the soft floor they put in her kitchen. I'd like to get some myself. The only one I've been able to find is Armstrong's cushion step.
Are there others? When I google cushion step it isn't much help. te he!
Tell me the names if you know.

A question on this product. Does it dent and stay dented under furniture legs like a table leg? I'd hate for it to show dent marks if we moved the table.

Has it held up like other sheet vinyls? My sister hasn't had hers very long, and I don't know anybody else with it to ask.

Any problems with the seams? I'd have several seams. This would be a high traffic area.

Thx for sharing,


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RE: Armstrong Cushion Step and others

I am planning to use IVC's fiberglass floor; it may be called DynaFlex or Earthscapes, depending on the store. May have some other names, but those are the ones I'm familiar with.

Offhand, the other manufacturers' lines I can think of are Tarkett Fiberfloor, IVC Flexitec, Congoleum Airstep, and Mannington Sobella. These all have fiberglass cores.

I don't have any personal experience w/ it yet, but I know there are a few others here on Gardenweb who have/had it; maybe they'll chime in.


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RE: Armstrong Cushion Step and others

Dear cheerpeople, I'm wondering what you ended up with. I am intrigued by Stainmaster Soft Step (sheet vinyl). I borrowed a sample yesterday and I like everything about it for us and our dogs. It looks great, appears to be scratch resistant, and is comfy underfoot -- except I'm concerned about potential dents as well. Thanks!

Here is a link that might be useful: Stainmaster resilient vinyl flooring w/Soft Step technology


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