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Find a great collection of Flooring at Costco. Enjoy low warehouse prices on name-brand Flooring products.
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Sep 4, 2013 – We were planning on putting laminate in a low end rental property. After seeing the Costco Golden Arawana Strand Woven Bamboo was considering this instead. I scratched the sample with a razor and scratch rubbed right out with my finger. When I went to the website, the warnings about moisture and ad.
Jul 6, 2006 – Bamboo newbie here. I checked out my local Costco in Honolulu, Hawaii and they had a medium color horizontal carbonized bamboo for only 2.09/sq ft. They came n a box with 23.8 sq ft (about 50 lbs of bamboo per box). Manufacturer is “Golden Arowana” and it’s produced in China. Product is 19…
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Box is now $33 from $40. Nice colour and seems pretty scratch resistant compared to their hardwood. Anyone have any experience with this? Easy to.
7 simple steps to create cheap easy built in closet storage, cleaning tips, closet, diy, shelving ideas, storage ideas, Third I used my drill and screwed each support piece to the wall So each shelf had three supports a piece. Find this Pin and more on Ideas for the house by starks0906. See More. Storage & Closets Photos …
Feb 24, 2014 – Any new posts on the golden arowana strand bamboo flooring. Has anyone experienced this product over time?