The Ultimate Maintenance Guide
Wood You Like's Ultimate Maintenance Guide
all you ever need and want to know about wood floor care

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Wooden Floor Installation Manual

  • Install your wood floor like a pro with help of the (160 pages paperback):

    Wooden Floor Installation Manual

    Wood You Like's Wooden Floor Installation Manual
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    In this book you will learn:

    * Learn how to tackle underfloor problems
    * Know what to look for when purchasing your materials
    * Use the check-lists before you start with the job on:
    the correct preparations
    the correct tools and materials
    the correct schedule of works
    * Discover the Tricks of the Trade that will make seemingly difficult obstacles easy to execute
    * Finish your floor to the highest quality
    *160 pages, all in plain English with product recommendations - products used by the professionals
    *Written by genuine floor fitters, not by academics or so-called diy-experts
    *With extra (online) bonus filled with colour images and drawings

    Install your wood floor like a pro with help of the (160 pages paperback):

    Wooden Floor Installation Manual

    Wood You Like's Wooden Floor Installation Manual

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28 March 2010

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Pauline Roe

Hi,
we have inherited two lovely parquet floors in Austria!! The one in the kitchen is sound---no loose blocks---but is badly scuffed in places. Would you recommend your oil finish using a buffer block ( we seem to have inherioted one of thos etoo) I thought it was a long handled scrubbing brush?

Karin H.

Hi Pauline

Thank you for your question. If your lovely floor has an oil or wax finish and all it needs is to remove the scuff-marks then you might even try to buff it first without adding any additional polish.
If this does not remove all or does not bring back the shine or lustre to your floor you can apply a liquid polish, like our StepStop to "revitalise" the floor.

Hope this helps

Wood You Like Ltd
Karin Hermans

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