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Pre–finished solid timber is similar to hardwood flooring but differs in one major aspect. As opposed to hardwood timber, pre–finished timber is coated, treated, and sealed in a factory setting prior to installation. It is already cut to size with a groove and tongue that lock the pieces together for a solid fit.
You can walk on your new prefinished floor immediately.
With flooring that is finished on-site using oil-based polyurethane there is a wait time of a number of days before moving furniture back into the room.
Prefinished floors have fewer VOCs to affect your family’s health as the curing takes place in a factory, not in your living room.
No worries about dust with prefinished flooring.
Dust and errant hairs are the enemy of on-site floor finishing, often caught as the stain goes down. But these annoyances won’t have any effect on your new prefinished flooring.
Installation of prefinished flooring can be done in one session.
There’s no necessity of staying home to complete the various stages of an on-site finishing job—sanding, sealing, staining, applying polyurethane, as the prefinished flooring once installed is good to go.
Here are our tops tips for timber floor care
- Wiping up spills immediately
- Placing floor protectors on furniture feet
- Keeping pet’s nails trimmed
- Removing your shoes before walking on a timber floor.
Timber floors can benefit from a damp mopping on a fortnightly to monthly basis. This provides an effective deep clean and should be undertaken with a neutral PH wood floor cleaner or a product recommended by the finish manufacture.
As a general rule, NEVER use bleaches, harsh detergents, abrasive cleaners, turpentine, kerosene, steel wool or abrasive cloths on your wooden floors