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Flooring type

Definition of Melamine

Melamine is a type of laminate flooring that's made by saturating layers of paper with melamine resin through thermal fusion. 

Melamine panels are then attached to a particle board. The end result resembles natural wood in terms of color, texture, and patterns.

Melamine boards are affordable and durable, plus water, scratch, stain, and shatter resistant, making them perfect for use in high-traffic areas.

The board can be cut into tiles that are installed using grout like any other type of tile.

Example of Melamine Flooring in a Sentence

“The melamine floors at our office are the best investment they have ever made.”

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