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Vintage Beige‘s wear layer is constructed from 4-millimeter solid oak hardwood and its core is comprised of a two to nine-layer plywood. All of these layers combined to result in a 5/8″(16mm) total plank thickness. Each box of Vintage Beige contains 37.16 square feet of engineered hardwood. The total width of each and every plank is 10-1/4″. The total length of the boards in each box is randomly starting at 2 feet all the way up to 7 feet and 3 inches. Most of the planks per box will be 7 feet and 3 inches long. Wire brushed floors offer a subtle texture to the surface feel while maintaining a soft and smooth appearance. Wire bristles are used to remove the softer grain within the wood, thus, accentuating the harder grain and creating a beautifully textured surface with added character. Directly after wire brushing, we apply an Oil Finish for added protection. Constructed from layers of plywood, topped by a solid European Oak veneer, our floors have become extremely popular and the preferred choice by homeowners and contractors nationwide. Engineered hardwood is ideal for those seeking to achieve the look of solid hardwood in places where solid hardwood would not be advised.
All of our oil-based floors require to be cleaned immediately after installation and before use with a natural wood flooring soap and then treated with a wood flooring oil refresher. You can find Woca™ Natural Soap and Woca™ Oil Refresher available for sale on our Accessories page.
Instructions on how to clean your oiled flooring with natural soap: Click Here
Instructions on how to treat your oiled flooring with oil refresher: Click Here
After about a year of use, apply Woca™ Maintenance Oil to add a new protective layer to your flooring. Repeat this process yearly or when the flooring is looking a little dull. Continue to clean with the natural soap on a weekly or biweekly basis.
Instructions on how to oil your flooring using maintenance oil: Click Here
Contact our staff or Woca™ directly if you have questions or need more information.
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