All our wooden floors are built to last for many years. However, if you want to get the most out of your new floor and keep it spick and span for decades to come, you will need to give it some care and attention. Here’s a quick list of Dos and Don’ts followed by some useful information we’ve gathered from years of experience.
When Cleaning Do:
To Protect Your Floor Do:
When Cleaning, Don't:
To Protect Your Floor, Don't:
When humidity gets too low (below 40%), solid wood can dry out, causing it to shrink and when it gets too high (above 60%) solid wood can expand.
Doormats are useful for picking up moisture as well as grit before it gets to the floor. A must have for any home.
When vacuuming and sweeping, pay extra attention to bevelled edges - these can pick up dust.
Soap-based products leave an unwanted film which can dull the surface of your floor over time. Instead, use a proper floor cleaner.
Sweeping with the grain will leave less dirt on textured boards.