Is bruce hardwood made in the u.s.a.?

Answer Bruce Hardwood is made in the United States of America. The company, Armstrong World Industries that distributes the hardwood, is based out of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. In addition to offering hardw... Read More »

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How do I clean Bruce hardwood flooring?

Vacuum the floor with a brush or felt-head tip once a week. Moisten a clean towel with mineral spirits. Rub stubborn stains with the towel. Spray Bruce Hardwood & Laminate Floor Cleaner on the surf... Read More »

Can I walk barefoot on my Bruce hardwood floors?

The manufacturer f Bruce hardwood floors does not warn against walking barefoot on them. While walking barefoot is fine, avoid walking on the floors wearing stiletto heels, as this can damage them.... Read More »

Tips on Installing Bruce Engineered Hardwood Floors?

Bruce engineered hardwood flooring, an Armstrong product, is a thin top-layer of real hardwood over a base of composite material. This gives the look of hardwood with the ease and versatility of a ... Read More »

Is xylitol made from hardwood?

The main commercial source of xylitol today is corncobs. It was originally made from birch, a hardwood. Xylitol was discovered in 1891 and is used as a low-calorie sweetener. It is found in natural... Read More »