Parador Oak Flooring Oyster Grey Matt Lacquered Rustic Grade 185x2200mm Wide | ESB Flooring

Parador Oak Flooring Oyster Grey Matt Lacquered Rustic Grade 185x2200mm Wide

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0208 204 8555
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This oyster grey Parador wood flooring is matt lacquered and has rustic grade. The planks are 185mm wide and 2200mm long.

The automatic click mechanism applied in Parador floors make the installation process convenient, easy and really fast, guaranteeing high pull-out resistance and durability. Thanks to that interlocking system, your floor will always look great and the individual planks will be tightly connected, preventing any undesirable movement or warping. The planks are aligned easily, which allows for easy fitting, by floating or gluing the planks over the entire area. Additionally, a huge advantage that is worth mentioning at this point is that the floor is ready to use right after you’re done with the installation. You can read more about Parador's Click System in this blog post.

Lacquered floors are very easy to clean; simply vacuum or sweep and then mop with a special floor cleaner or eco-friendly floor cleaner. But make sure your mop is not too wet; it must be very slightly damp. For more information on cleaning your lacquered wood floor please see our article "Cleaning & Maintenance for Lacquered and Matt Lacquered Floors".

Maintenance however of a lacquered floor is more about prevention than cure. Please see our article "Wood Flooring Cleaning and Maintenance Tips" for some general guidelines and best practise suggestions you can follow to look after your floor.

It is not advisable to cover your natural wood flooring with any type of carpet, rug or covering that might prevent contact with daylight. Covering natural wood flooring product will result in discolouration of the exposed area.

During the cleaning process we advise to keep the water/solution clean and free of dirt continuously throughout the process in order to prevent dirt from residing within the grain of the floor and between boards.