Wednesday, 20 June 2018


If you have had hardwax oil applied to your timber flooring, it is highly recommended that you get it re-oiled every a couple of decades. In the interim, it is possible to apply maintenance oil to keep it looking at its very best.

The re-oiling process has to be carried out in the ideal way, so make sure you read up about the accepted methods. We will go through a number of the stages involved with this job.

This cleaning focus is quite inexpensive to use and you just need to add water to it.

After this has been done, the second step in the care procedure would be to buff it using 150-grade sandpaper.

A thin coat of oil should then be applied to the surface. This can be achieved by hand or by using a buffing machine, either brush or soft cloth. Once it's been allowed to dry, typically takes a 6 to 10 hours, then it may then be buffed if needed, using the methods previously mentioned until you receive the perfect sheen.

Should you feel you don't wish to risk the condition of your flooring by doing this maintenance yourself, you can always turn into the wooden flooring experts who can execute this work for one to an exceptionally large standard.