Four traps need to be prevented when buying lamina

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Trap 1: "fake import". Some brands publicize under the guise of "100% import". In fact, they import only a small part, and most of them are produced with domestic materials and technologies. In order to prove the "authenticity" of its import, it can also issue an import declaration form and a certificate of origin, and promise to pay 10 for one fake. This is a kind of dishonesty in propaganda, and consumers should not buy blindly

trap 2: "fake wear-resistant revolution". The business falsifies the data of the wear-resistant revolution of the floor, claiming that the wear-resistant revolution of the floor reaches 20000. According to the provisions of the national standard, the wear-resistant revolution is qualified if the household floor ≥ 6000 revolutions and the commercial floor ≥ 9000 revolutions. At the same time, the higher the revolution is, the more brittle it is, the greater the hardness is, the smaller the toughness is. In addition, the perspective is not clear enough, and many other negative results will follow. Therefore, consumers can not credulous propaganda, blindly pay attention to wear-resistant revolution and ignore other indicators and comprehensive performance of the floor

trap 3: "exaggerate function". It is said that the floor has antibacterial, geothermal glue free, waterproof, antistatic and other functions, making consumers like "seeing flowers in the fog". In fact, there is no lack of exaggeration to deceive consumers. Consumers must keep their eyes open and do not have to pursue some new concepts. Rational consumption is the key

trap 4: "false environmental protection". When choosing flooring, many people regard non-toxic, harmless, healthy and environmental protection as the first choice, and the state has long listed the environmental protection system as a basic national policy. Terms related to environmental protection in the flooring industry, such as E1 level and E0 level, are emerging in endlessly, and even under the banner of "formaldehyde free flooring". In fact, in the production process of the floor, in order to ensure the bonding strength and wear resistance of the floor, most cities will use adhesives or paints containing more or less formaldehyde. The key is to ensure that the floor and its supporting accessories are all environmentally friendly, so as to avoid the cumulative content of formaldehyde causing harm to health. When free formaldehyde reaches a certain concentration, it is harmful to human body. The national standard of free formaldehyde for wood flooring is less than 1.5 mg/L




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