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Old 08-31-2009, 03:02 PM
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s_ebels
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Pergo and similar products do not fair very well when exposed to water. They are basically just high density particle board which swells and disintegrates when wet. Bathrooms are typically not dry environments. Had a customer whose dishwasher sprung a leak while they were gone overnight and it flooded the kitchen floor. When they came home the next day the Pergo had already swells like a sponge. The leak was only about a gallon of water. Wouldn't use it in that application myself.
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