Wild River Oak
Black Oil timber floors comprise of a European Oak top layer Bonded on to a multi-plywood base to ensure stability. It comes pre-finished with a smoked and distressed treatment.
- 1830x189x15mm Engineered boards
- The 4mm top layer of European Oak is adhered to up to 12 multi-plywood layers of thinly cut hardwood and softwood plantation timbers, placed and glued in multiple directions to increase the strength and stability of the top layer.
- Tongue & Groove on end & sides
- Factory prime coat of Chinese Tung Oil
- Loba Akzent Oil provided with flooring to apply after installation
- Use Sika T-53 to bead glue timber to sub-floor
- 25 year structural warranty & 7 year Floor Heating warranty
- Oak Bullnose & Scotia trims
- Metal End-capping, Angle End, Border, Universal & Ramp trims
- Black Felt for under furniture – ESSENTIAL TO PROLONG THE LIFE OF THE COATING
- Slipstick floor protectors
- Can be installed over Floor Heating – please enquire
- More stable then Solid Oak – warranted against cupping, crowning & gapping, allowing the boards to be wider - up to 260mm without compromising stability
- Almost no VOC emissions
- Many different colours & methods to achieving the colour you want to choose from
- It has the feel of 100 year old Oak boards, giving warmth & feeling to any style
HOW TO MAINTAIN:
- Static mop anytime. Vacuum with brush head, then damp mop with Loba Wax Cleaner once a fortnight to maintain surface
- NEVER USE STEAM MOPS or any other non-recommended cleaning product
- Loba Akzent Oil can be applied to a scratch or individual board with a cloth, leave to sit for a few minutes, then buff excess off with a clean cloth & leave to cure overnight.
- For application for a whole room or house, you will need to first apply Oil around edges by wiping on, then leaving for a few minutes & buffing off with a cloth. Then pour Oil into a spray bottle & spray a mist over small sections at a time, buff into floor with a white buffing pad on a rotary buffing machine, then buff off excess with a cloth over the buffing pad in the direction of the boards.