GL8261 Mushroom 1220*199*12mm
Plank Overall Thickness: 12mm(including padding)
Plank Size: 1220*199mm
Padding: 2mm EVA
Laminate floors are made up of several materials bonded together under high pressure. Most laminate flooring consists of a moisture resistant layer under a layer of HDF (high density fiberboard). This is topped with a high resolution photographic image of natural wood flooring. It is then finished with an extremely hard, clear coating made from special resin-coated cellulose to protect the laminate flooring. Laminate floors are a popular type of floor covering for homes' living areas, kitchens, dining areas, bedrooms, hallways, and other areas that are not subject to excessive moisture.
Benefits of Laminate flooring:
Approved for Underfloor Warming
Scratch-Resistant Laminate Flooring
Laminate Flooring with Underlayment
No Need to Be Waxed or Polished
No maintenance required
Noise-Resistant Laminate Flooring
Water-Resistant Laminate Flooring
Easy Maintenance and Cleaning
Superior Stain Resistace
Multiple Colors can be mixed in one container
|Name||Thickness Of Plank||Wear Resistance||Back||Size of Plank||NO.|
|Mushroom||12.0mm||≥4000 rpm||2.0mm EVA||1220*199mm||GL8261|
|RESIDENTIAL WARRANTY||5 years|
|COMMERCIAL WARRANTY||3 years|
●Place natural fiber rugs at entry points to help trap grit and absorb moisture that may damage the finish. This can protect the floors from dirt or wear.
●To prevent abrasive dirt and dust from accumulating and scratching the finish, vacuum, sweep or dust mop your floor once a week or more if needed. The vacuum head should be a brush or felt attachment. Do not use a vacuum with a beater bar head.
●We recommend Basic Coatings Squeaky Clean or Bona Hardwood Cleaner for regular cleaning and removing grease and smudges from your floor.
●Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners, bleach, ammonia or vinegar based cleaners, wax or acrylic polishes, or oil soaps. These may dull or damage the finish, leaving a greasy film and making the floor slippery and more difficult to clean.
●Protect your floor against direct sunlight or any intense source of artificial lighting. Over time, intense natural and artificial light may discolor the floors.
●Do not roll, or drag heavy objects across your floor. Do not wear shoes having heel taps, spikes, cleats, rocks, gravel or sharp objects protruding from the sole.
●Add felt pads to all furniture and chair legs to prevent damage to the floor. Replace the felt pads when dirty or worn. For extremely heavy objects, use wide, non staining rubber cups. Protective floor coverings for wheeled office furniture should be used.