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E214 is a cleverly designed engineered oak parquet floor. It has been designed to match our E210T and has a micro-bevel on all four sides. We've finished this board with a hard wearing Raw Timber oil finish for extreme durability and performance. Suitable for both residential and commercial use. Enviro Raw Timber and Original Wood Environment are special finishes that do not change the colour of the wood when applied and they have an exceptionally mat finish when applied on line at the factory. This means it is a requirement after installation to clean thoroughly with the correct product and then apply one coat of the original wood environment with a roller. No buffing is required and it will dry in 4 hours subject to the cleaning being done in accordance with the instruction leaflet that you can Download Here
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If the recommended cleaning and maintenance products are not used then the Solid Wood Flooring Company cannot be held responsible for any deterioration or lack of durability of the finish of the floor. Some propriety cleaners can contain chemical and other substances like alcohol, that can damage the surface and finish, especially on oiled floors.
To keep your floor looking good after installation, and the initial clean with natural soap, make sure you use felt pads on all chairs, sofas and table legs. For regular cleaning you should just use a micro fibre mop and/or soft brush vacuum cleaner (not one that has a rotating brush) as these generally have a plastic underside that can cause damage to a floor. You only need to use the natural soap and maintenance oil when the floor starts to look dry or lacks "lustre".
These are the correct products to buy and use on this on this floor. Call 01666 504015 or Buy Online here
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