Uber contemporary chic…
Greige...If you haven’t heard of this trending shade you have most definitely seen it. A sophisticated blend of contemporary grey & chic beige…is a trending arrival amongst the the colour palette of new neutrals. Greige provides an understated back-drop to a beautiful interior, and lends itself beautifully as a stain / finish to wooden flooring as these tones are found naturally within unfinished Ash, Oak and Elm. We have responded to this by creating finishes that either enhance or retain these lovely natural hues. For more information or samples please follow this link.
Gloss White wooden floors. Pinspiration.
The colours and chunky battens & dramatic pattern of this beautiful Oak Parquet floor is sooooo gorgeous http://www.isolana.es/es/suelos.php
Oak Herringbone Parquet…beautiful.
The colour and pattern of the parquet is sooo gorgeous http://www.isolana.es/es/suelos.php
I ❤️ Grey Parquet.
Whenever restoring your hard wax oiled wooden floor, it is always important to consult the hard wax oil manufacturer’s instructions / directions beforehand. This is because the general process may differ. The next thing is to identify the level of damage / wear i.e. whether the whole area of your floor needs refinishing or just a small isolated patch.
The directions below are for Morrells Induro Oil Reviver which is recommended for use in conjunction with floors finished with Morrells Induro Xl Oils to revitalise the appearance of flooring damaged by scratch and scuff marks.
Another easy method to abrade / de-nib the floor is to use fine grade sandpaper always working in the direction of the grain of the timber. One easy method of de-nibbing / abarading is cut sandpaper to size and wrap around / attach to the sucking end/ head of a cylinder vacuum cleaner and pierce holes in the sandpaper, then lightly hoover in the direction of the grain of the timber (following the length of the floorboards).
This straightforward ability to restore and repair small areas of your floor finish, is one of the great benefits of finishing your wood floor using a hard wax oil.
For larger, room sized restoration the same process can be followed. The flooring can be sanded back where required, and the hard wax oil reapplied.
The video below illustrates the process above using Osmo Polyx (Hardwax) Oil.