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Moisture prevention of wooden flooring

 
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 07, 2017 11:03 am    Post subject: Moisture prevention of wooden flooring Reply with quote

<P>In order to prevent the accumulation of detergent in the groove, soak the detergent cloth to try to wring dry. Floor wax scavenger can cause marks and bulges on the floor, must not be used. Wipe with wiping cloth. Wipe with a hard cloth wringer. Floor surface, especially the groove part, to carefully wipe,pvc board cnc router with vacuum table do not leave detergent. Such as residual detergent and moisture, can cause the surface whiten, bulging.</P>
<P>All should pay attention to fully dried: If not fully dried, the floor wax will not be closely attached to the floor surface, affecting the appearance, produce whitening phenomenon. Wax at least three times, rub each floor with a fluffy cloth or waxer to allow oil to penetrate the wood. To get the glittering consequences,building a wood deck over a concrete patio wipe the wax gently with a soft cloth for each beat.</P>
<P>After each beat, to be dry, with very fine sandpaper polished appearance, wipe clean, then hit the second time. Wood floor waxing tools: steel wool, sponges, rags, vacuum cleaners,fábrica de plástico en Tailandia home waxing on the floor there is no need to use a waxing machine.</P>
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