So the importance of putting the right floor in the right space – if you mismatch the floor to the use of the space or to the required cleaning that it’s going to go though, then you will have a failure ultimately or it will not live out the entire lifespan that it’s designed to live for. Many floors are designed to live for 10, 15 years if they’re probably designed. An example would be the most aggressive environments of food environments where you have commercial kitchens and they get washed down several times a day sometimes with astringent cleaners. These coatings have to hold up to that for years and years, because the expense of removing the equipment and recoating the floor is so high. So we need to match the floors performance first primarily. Not necessary aesthetics first, performance first to the use of the floor.