Cork Flooring in RV???
Has anyone ever used cork flooring in an RV? I ask because cork has been used for decades in high-traffic locations such as librarys and post offices. Generally speaking, today it comes in 1/2" thick interlocking tiles and a wide array of colors. Advantages... 1) super durable when installed correctly, 2) resists moisture, doesn't stain, cleans easily, 3) never cold like ceramic, 4) forgiving on feet and dropped items, 5) natural sound deadening qualities, probably better than a foam pad and carpeting.
It seems this would be the ideal flooring in an RV. Maybe somebody has tried it and can speak from experience.