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Lean more about our Beautiful Natural Bamboo Floor Boards that will give you long lasting satisfaction in YOUR home.

Advantages of Bamboo Flooring

Although bamboo is the most appealing to consumers interested in using natural, renewable building materials, it boasts plenty of benefits that make it an attractive choice to anyone looking at flooring options.

Easy Maintenance: Bamboo floors are relatively easy to maintain. Sweeping and vacuuming regularly to remove dust and debris should suffice. An occasional cleanse with a bamboo floor cleaner or a mild soap and water solution can help it look cleaner.

Refinishing Potential: Over time, bamboo can get scratched and discolored. Fortunately, the surface is easy to refinish by sanding it down and applying a new coating seal. Refinishing the top layer can bring a new, even look to the floor again, protecting it from future damage. Keep in mind that engineered bamboo flooring cannot be refinished.

Durability: Bamboo flooring is beneficial for areas with high traffic like living rooms, kitchens and entryways. It is naturally resistant to abrasion caused by footwork and the impact of fallen objects. Strand woven bamboo flooring weaves the grass fibers together, creating an interlocking pattern that can be three times stronger than other types of bamboo flooring.

Bamboo Flooring is:

  • Environmentally friendly

  • Easy maintenance

  • Refinishing potential

  • Durability

  • Pest resistant

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Maintenance & Care of Bamboo Floors:
As with any solid wood or pre-finished product, maintenance is crucial to the longevity and
appearance of your bamboo floors!

On a daily to weekly basis:
1. Vacuum or sweep with a soft bristle broom and where possible, sweep in the direction
of the length of the planks.
2. If vacuuming, do not use a vacuum that has a beater bar, metal wheels, and/or metal or
hard plastic attachments. Best to use felt or fine brush attachments. Make sure plastic
wheels are free of dirt prior to vacuuming.

On a monthly basis or as needed:
1. Soft bristle broom / vacuum as directed above.
2. Take an empty spray bottle fill it with 3/4 water and 1/4 white vinegar. Spray that
mixture onto a microfibre mop to dampen it, rather don't spray directly onto the floor
itself and clean with a few strokes, in the length of the floor.

Preventive Maintenance:

  • Do not wax

  • Use protective mats at doorways, as gritty sand and dirt are abrasive to bamboo floors.

  • Install furniture pads on all furniture legs, especially if it has the potential of moving on
    the bamboo. Make sure you use the correct size and pad thickness for the weight of the

  • Clean and replace these felt pads yearly, or sooner if they are thinning out or damaged.

  • Use rugs (non rubber-back) in high traffic areas.

  • Keep floors clean and free of dirt & sand.

  • Wipe up spills immediately

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