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Has anyone used this product? I saw it on a blog in a kitchen and it looked incredibly easy and according to the blogger, has stood up very well to kids/dogs/messes/etc. I'm thinking of putting in a small bathroom and just wondered if anyone else has first hand experience.
Thanks, Marcia
 
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We considered it but I don't think that it looks as good as regular tile. There were considerable issues with some brands so be very careful and do some research online--in particular there were major complaints by many many consumers who were very sorry. My flooring person said that she thought that these issues were resolved with the current products. Congoleum Duraceramic is the one that I saw frequent complaints on.

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