The person in charge said that when the wooden floor is being maintained, it is necessary to pay attention to keeping the floor dry and clean. In general, the floor moisture content is generally maintained at 8% to 13%. In normal conditions, the floor will not be a problem. However, improper laying and use can also cause quality problems in solid wood flooring.
For example, moisture-proof treatment is not applied when laying floors; wet with water or scrubbing with alkaline water or soapy water, which will destroy the brightness of the paint; and the bathroom and the room floor are not well isolated. In the summer, no attention was paid to pulling the curtains so that the floor in front of the window may be discolored and cracked after exposure to hot sun exposure; or the temperature of the air conditioner may be too low, causing the temperature difference between day and night to change too much, causing the floor to expand or shrink too violently and causing deformation and cracking.
If the floor is in use, it is found that individual floors are warped or detached. Consumers should promptly pick up the floor, remove the old glue and ash, apply new glue, and compact; if the individual floor paint film is damaged or white, 400 water sandpaper can be used to grind the soapy water, and then wipe it clean. After it is dry, apply a partial complementary color. After the color is dry, apply a lacquer. After drying for 24 hours, grind the surface with 400-grit water sandpaper and polish it with wax.