Did you know that linoleum can be traced back as far as the early 1860s? Fredrick Walton, an English inventor, patented Linoleum as a inexpensive alternative to a rubber composition flooring product called Kamptulicon. Linoleum was actually a composite of linseed oil and flax on a jute fiber backing. Linoleum remained very popular for almost 100 years until it was largely replaced by vinyl flooring products in the 1960s. Vinyl flooring products, in the form of sheet and tile goods, remain very popular flooring options and are used for a wide variety of residential and commercial needs.
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