The strips made from our cork, are resistant to crushing, and what is important to our customers, it is a smooth raw material. During the assembly, elastic cork strips can be cut with a classic, sharp wallpaper knife. Cork is glued into the expansion joint in such a way that the side in contact with the ground is not permanently attached to it, allowing the cork to work freely. Therefore, apply the adhesive only to the side surfaces of the stopper. After pasting the cork expansion strip into the gap, it is worth covering the skirting with protective varnish for the natural cork or wood, in order to protect the material against contact with dirt and water. Do you need cork stripes with other dimensions? Check other sizes offered or send a request for battens with non-standard dimensions. Cork floor sealers can be cut with an ordinary wallpaper knife when installed. Cork expansion joint has to be placed in the dilatation gap in such a manner that the side that touches the surface is not bound with it. That is why the glue should be applied only to the sides of the cork. After gluing the dilatation in the gap it is good to finish it with cork or wood protective laminate to protect it from dirt and water.