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This countertop is a natural linoleum made out of cork, linseed oil and wood pulp at a cost of about $30 per sq. ft. It's very durable but also very smooth. The linoleum is framed with inexpensive aluminum trim. Instead of using plywood underneath the linoleum, these earth-friendly homeowners used a wheat sheet, which is a byproduct of the wheat industry that contains no formaldehyde.
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