Polyflor Bevel Line Rich Oak Vinyl Flooring 2975
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The Polyflor Bevel Line Rich Oak Vinyl Flooring 2975 is a luxury vinyl floor that brings out the beauty of the real thing in the most stunning manner.
The Polyflor Bevel Line Rich Oak Vinyl Flooring 2975 brings out the rich intricate details that are usually found in natural wood and stone floors. Once installed, it can be difficult to differentiate between this LVT and the real stuff.
Taking the authenticity of the floor to the next level are its bevelled edges. These edges enhance the texture definition and add a distinct personality to the floor. This clever design further enhances the beauty and character of the Polyflor Bevel Line Rich Oak Vinyl Flooring 2975.
The bevelled design also makes for an easy installation. Further, the beveled edges make the floor more accommodative of subfloors with minor flaws.
Another feature exclusive to the Polyflor Bevel Line Rich Oak Vinyl Flooring 2975 is the polyurethane reinforcement with a crosslink and UV-cured technology. This advanced treatment translates into immense practical benefits for you.
For one, the floor is extremely resistant to scratches, cracks and moisture. Moreover, it is resistant to chemicals. So, if you use harsh cleaning chemicals unknowingly, the chances of these chemicals seeping into the floor and damaging the internal structure are minimal.
These benefits make maintenance easy and cost-effective saving you substantial effort and money in the long run.
This Polyflor Bevel Line floor is a great choice for commercial, residential and industrial spaces.
It is ideal for a range of diverse environments including multi-purpose halls, retail stores, classrooms and corporate open-plan offices. It is also great for industrial settings that see sedentary work and infrequent use of light vehicles. The floor is great for use in any space in your home including living spaces, bathrooms and kitchens.
The Polyflor Bevel Line Rich Oak Vinyl Flooring 2975 is simply matchless in looks and performance. Get the best value for your money with this superior quality LVT.
Product SpecificationProduct Number2975DesignWood PlankLength304.8mmShadeMediumThickness2.5mmPack Size3.34 m²Width101.6mmEdge DetailBevel EdgeEffectWood EffectInstallationGluedownRangePolyflor Bevel LineUnderfloor HeatingSuitableWear Layer0.55mmWarranty10 YearsTypeLVT
Polyflor Bevel Line Rich Oak Vinyl Flooring 2975 Maintenance Advice
Maintaining the Polyflor Bevel Line Rich Oak Vinyl Flooring 2975 is a breeze thanks to its durable, water-resistant design. Made to withstand high levels of daily wear and tear, the floor will only need minimal maintenance throughout its lifetime.
If you want to make sure the floor lasts as long as it should, simply follow these easy maintenance tips:
- Sweep or vacuum the floor daily
- Use entrance mats to keep the floor dirt-free
- Clean up any spills quickly with a damp cloth
- Mop the floor once weekly or when needed
- Avoid dragging heavy furniture over the floor
- Use specialist LVT products when cleaning the floor
One of the easiest things you can do to protect the floor is to use doormats at entrances. This will help pick up moisture and grit before it can reach the floor, keeping it cleaner and safer to walk on.
When vacuuming or sweeping, pay extra attention to bevelled edges as these can easily collect dust and dirt. To avoid dulling the surface of your floor over time, you should also avoid using soap-based cleaning products. Instead, opt for a warm water solution mixed with a specialist floor cleaner.
Another tip when sweeping the Polyflor Bevel Line Rich Oak Vinyl Flooring 2975, is to sweep with the grain of the floor. This will help prevent dirt and debris from becoming embedded in the textured surface, making it easier to clean and maintain the floor.
LVT floors are designed to withstand the pressures of modern family life. However, if you don’t follow the simple maintenance tips above, you may find the Polyflor Bevel Line Rich Oak Vinyl Flooring 2975 doesn’t last as long as it should. Failing to keep up with the maintenance requirements provided by the manufacturer could also void the warranty.