Brushed Burnt Oak UV Oiled flooring | TW E731 3L
Product Code: TW-E731 3L
- UV Oiled
- Base Layer
- 11mm 3-Layer Construction
- Top Layer
- 4mm Solid Oak
- Micro Bevelled
- Suitable for Under Floor Heating
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Our E731 3L is a brushed engineered oak board that has been finished to look like burnt oak and has a headwearing UV oiled finish. Perfect for any environment looking to create a subtle warmth from a darker board.
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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 you floor looking good after installation and the initial clean with Bio C make sure you use felt pads on all chair, sofa and table legs and 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). The Bona kit is perfect and will keep your floor looking good for years. If the lacquer does start to look 'Dull' then you can clean and then apply a coat of Bona Freshen-Up.
These are the correct products to buy and use on this on this floor. Call 01666 504015 orBuy Online here
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