Congoleum

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Congoleum resilient sheet flooring

Description

[Congoleum] A registered trademark for a printed linoleum floor covering. Congoleum was first sold in the 1920s with a simulated wood-grain pattern for use as a border for rugs or linoleum. It was manufactured in a three-foot wide strips using asphalt material from the Belgian Congo (hence the name). Beginning in the 1950s, the Congoleum name was used for a vinyl floor covering products.

Additional Information

Congoleum: Website

Sources Checked for Data in Record

  • Thomas C. Jester (ed.), Thomas C. Jester (ed.), Twentieth-Century Building Materials, McGraw-Hill Companies, Washington DC, 1995

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