End Grain Mosaic Oak Flooring
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- Suitable for Under Floor Heating
Mosaic End Grain Oak Flooring
These end grain block are not square but come as a block 13mm thick x 423mm wide and 423mm long held together and assembled with a thermoplastic mesh. The raw material can be seen below:
Top surface of our Mosaic End Grain Oak Flooring with Thermoplastic Mesh
Bottom surface of the mosaic end grain block showing cut grooves for the adhesive to penetrate up into each block locking them together.The adhesive should be applied generously in both directions so that is covers the whole surface and fills in the cut grooves for maximum adhesion.
Mosaic End Grain flooring after gluing to a plywood subfloor with the mesh removed before sanding which will only need between 0.01mm to 0.02mm to create the perfect surface depending on how good the fitters are. You should always use a high grade marine tongue and groove plywood subfloor to glue these blocks to using an MS Polymer such as our SW 890 adhesive.
Once the blocks have been sanded they are then finished with a colour oil and a final top coat of Blanchon Solid'Oil. The image on the left is unfinished and the one on the right has the Blanchon Solid'Oil, which penetrates into the fibres and then the hard wax oils seals the top.
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'.