WoodCare guidance


Here is some good advice on how to protect your wood properly – both indoor and outdoor.

Wood floor maintenance:
Do’s and don’ts

With little effort, you can preserve the elegance and beauty of your floor for many years to come.

Natural Soap: a superb wood soap for oiled wood floors

Oiled wood surfaces must be cleaned frequently with wood soap for maximum protection and wearability.

Remove black spots from oak wood

See how easy and fast it is to remove black spots from oak wood.

 

Regular wood floor cleaning

Take a look at our usage guide and find out how to clean, protect and keep your specific floors looking their best.

Wood floor care:
Maintenance Oil vs. Oil Care

A comparison of two different products developed for wood floor maintenance of oiled floors.

Floor lacquer on top of floor oil

Apply different wood floor finishes to your floor and enjoy the advantages of both floor oil and floor lacquer.

Cleaning of wood floors: Download our ‘Usage Guide’

Find out how to clean different types of floors correctly, so improper treatment is avoided.

How to clean, oil and maintain a wooden deck

This how to-guide describes how to clean and oil a wooden deck with beautiful and durable result.

Outdoor paint for wood

See, how a wooden playhouse was transformed with outdoor paint in different colours.

How to clean wooden garden furniture

Ensure your garden furniture a much longer life with ongoing cleaning and thorough wood treatment.

Cleaning and maintenance
of outdoor wood

Outdoor wood, such as furniture, deckings and fences, must be well protected to last long.

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