FELT PAPER, or RESIN PAPER???

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Old 10-10-02, 07:51 AM
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Question FELT PAPER, or RESIN PAPER???

Under hardwood floors; is there a functional difference between using felt paper, or using resin paper? If so, what is the difference? Which is better?
 
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Old 10-11-02, 07:52 AM
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I've seen both used, but I believe that rosin paper is traditionally the item of choice. Its purpose to to help minimize squeeking.
 
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#15 felt has been is the preferred choice from the guys that put together the specs from The National Wood Flooring Association. Rosin paper actually originated as a method to reduce plaster dust from spewing all over when hardwood floors were installed.


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Installing wood floors

Go to www.installingwoodfloors.com for the National Oak Flooring Manufacturers' Association (NOFMA) instructions for installing wood floors.
 
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