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cork flooring

My husband and I just bought a new house and in the upstairs bedrooms, it has cork flooring. Does anyone know if this type of flooring is easily damaged? I assume that it would be quite soft, does that mean that if we put furniture on top, the legs on the furniture will mark it?
 




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