by Emily McBride
(last updated August 9, 2010)
When most people think of vinyl, they think of vinyl records—the old round music discs of the past. However, vinyl is a material used in other areas. You can find vinyl taking the form of kitchen flooring, siding and surfaces in cars, horizontal and vertical blinds, and coating furniture. No matter where you have vinyl, the better you take care of it, the longer it will last. Vinyl is a plastic, and most plastics are not very difficult to clean. In fact, it is often a coating on wallpaper and upholstery because it makes it easier to clean.
The best way to clean vinyl on other surfaces is to follow manufacturing directions. If you take care of your vinyl products, they will look nicer and last longer.
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