Hello again. Yes, I'm back with another very strange question, but will ask it nonetheless!
I figured, why not, and no better place to ask!
I'm very curious about materials and safety of.
Hardwood flooring - very commonly, since the late 90s, contains nano-particle aluminum oxide in the urethane coating, in order to make it less prone to scratches and damage.
Here is my odd question, similar to another one I asked regarding lithium silicate. In a finished floor product, IS there any health risk from the nano-particle aluminum oxide? Such as touching/walking on it barefoot, or breathing in any particles?
Bare with me here. My other question: Is there any risk of aluminum oxide being radioactive? I've heard of radioactive isotopes from certain materials and metals, or based on certain reactions, etc.. so I want to ask if this could be a possibility from this material in a hardwood floor....
Thanks again. Obviously, as you can see.....absolutely NO science background here...lol