If you are thinking of changing your kitchen floor, then you need to think carefully before making a decision. It is important that you look at those floors that are comfortable and practical for kitchens.

The kitchen is a place in your home where you’ll spend many hours, the floor wears out and there’s also a greater chance of spills. In addition, spending a lot of time standing in this area of the house will make your body suffer (like your legs and back). Especially if the floor is too hard (like wood or ceramics).

That’s why you need to change your traditional model of thinking about floors and opt for other options that are much more affordable and practical for you. You need to think about materials that combine comfort, such as practicality, as well as being easy to clean, simple to maintain and lasting longer.

Below, we are going to tell you about some comfortable and practical options for kitchens. It will help you choose the right one depending on your personal needs.

Vinyl Floors

Vinyl flooring is made of synthetic material and is not the same as linoleum. It is a product that is made from natural materials. Vinyl is sold in rolls of sheets or as individual tiles and you will have to choose the one that best suits you and the characteristics of your kitchen.

The vinyl sheet is more comfortable and you can combine it with a thicker foam base that will make it better cushioned and more comfortable to walk on. Apart from the comfort you can feel under your feet, this type of floor also has other advantages, for example: it is cheaper, lasts a long time, is easy to clean, withstands moisture well and stains are also well tolerated.

Laminate linoleum floors

Linoleum is considered comfortable and is elastic and natural. They are made mainly with linseed oil and other natural materials such as wood flour or rock dust. Linoleum is very attractive visually and is also a good option if you are a person who likes to contribute to the care of the environment.

As with vinyl, linoleum is also resistant, comfortable to walk on as long as you combine it with a good foam base underneath the material. It is easy to install.

It is worth noting that this type of floor withstands humidity, water or stains worse than vinyl floors. In this sense, it is important to apply a sealer periodically to restore its water-resistant surface.

Rubber flooring

It is not common to see rubber floors in kitchens, but it is a more than recommended option if you want a comfortable and practical floor, perhaps the best of all. This type of floor has a very durable material that resists stains very well. It is comfortable to walk on and is easy to maintain and clean.

It is built with the sap of the rubber tree or recycled rubber from car tires. These floors are durable even for busy gyms, so imagine how good they would look in your kitchen!

It’s worth noting that as a disadvantage, rubber floors in the kitchen can become stained with oils, acids or cleaning agents that if not removed quickly can damage the material.

In this respect, it is best to choose a rubber floor that is already manufactured for use in the kitchen and that can better resist the most difficult stains. In any case, however, you should clean it quickly to avoid further damage.

Now that you know more options for comfortable and resistant kitchen floors, you will be able to choose with more criteria which is best suited to you and your physical needs. It is necessary that before making the decision you think about how you will use your kitchen and the material that can go better depending on the use you give it. In any case… enjoy your new kitchen floor!

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