Category Archives: Hardwood teak flooring

Why choose burma teak wood flooring

Teak wood naturally contains heavy oil , and it is against moisture, insects , termite . A month after it is cut, the intrinsic nutrients in the teak wood has changed and this change plays a role in anti-insect and anti-termite . Being particularly resistant and stable, teak wood flooring ​​​lifetime is over 1000 years . Because of its micro pinhole stable structure, teak wood flooring is not only strong and flexible , but also very stable. Usually two years after the hardwood flooring is installed,there will be a great contraction for the wood flooring in the winter , with the gap of 3-4 mm ; while summer the wood flooring is going to  expand or cup, And there would be the sounding while people walk on it. However,burma teak wood flooring is very stable , there is little gap because of the climate change. Classic color, golden brown to bronze , beautiful ink lines of the wood grains, the whole constituting a mix of natural beauty laying, revealing profound nature temperament, especially classical elegance.   Teak has a unique natural fragrance , to repel termite, being waterproof and particularly resistant, teak woud  not rot in the Millennium period . The teak fragrance smells comfortable , refreshing, have a good effect in the elderly brain systems . Timeless  is the mark of the teak wood flooring. Besides,the oil spots in the wood will gradually fade due to sunlight effect , and the classic brown color and layout looks more beautiful after years.

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How to Repair a Solid Wood Floor

Solid wood floors, while long-lasting, can be damaged. Scratches, nicks and gouges out of the wood are the most common issues facing solid wood flooring. Other issues may include warping, squeaky or loose boards as well as actual holes in the floor. In cases of severe damage, planks may need to be entirely replaced rather than just repaired. If the floor is warped or has holes, replacement will definitely be necessary. Most other common problems can be solved by refinishing Instructions 1Sweep the floor. Before you can repair a solid wood floor, the surface must be entirely clean. Sweep the floor and pickup any debris with a dust pan. If the floor is very dirty, you may need to use a damp cloth to pick up the dirt. If you do end up using a damp cloth, you must wait until the floor is absolutely dry before proceeding. 2Sand down the damaged spot on the wood. Extend the area out several inches around the damage to make sure that the finished result is as seamless as possible. Use a medium or heavy grade sandpaper. If the gouges are very deep, you may need to use a belt sander. Make sure that the entire area is smoothed out and that the damage is no longer visible. 3Clean up the dust from sanding. Sanding produces a great deal of dust that will need to be completely cleaned up before you can refinish the flooring. Use a broom and a dustpan to get the majority cleaned up, and if necessary, wipe down the area with a damp cloth and allow it to dry. The area should be free of all dust. 4Stain the sanded area. Using the same stain that was previously used on your flooring, or one that matches as closely as possible, stain the newly sanded surface. Use a paint brush for smaller areas, or a larger roller applicator for large areas. Work with the grain of the wood. Apply a light coat and allow it six to eight hours to dry. If the color is too light, apply more coats as necessary until the flooring matches. 5Clear coat the spot. In order to prevent future damage, clear coat polyurethane should be applied over the stain. Once again, use a paint brush and apply a very thin coat to the area. Allow this spot six to eight hours to dry. If you notice any bubbles or rough spots, the area will need to be lightly sanded and clear coat will need to be reapplied. Allow the fixed spot 12 hours to dry completely after the last coat before allowing foot traffic on the spot.

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Plantation teak and natural teak resources

1.The natural Teak is decreasing. The location of natural teak forest is mainly in four countries—India, Laos, Burma and Thailand. The coverage of natural teak was approximately up to 2.9 million hm2 in 2010, while nearly half of them grow … Continue reading

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Plantation Teak VS Natural Burma Teak

Most of us learned that teak hardwood is nearly the best wood material in regular supply for solid wood flooring.Actually only true natual forest burma teak is regarded as the best one. Why? With constant rise of burma teak raw … Continue reading

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Hardwood Teak Advantages

  Why people are so crazy about true teak hardwood? C&L hardwood is to disclose the   secret of the suprem charming of  teak from here:   In short hardwood teak has such outstanding properties as following: *Sperior stability    *High wear … Continue reading

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Bathroom Solid Timber floor

  In the past,most of consumers prefer ceramic tiles laying on the bathroom because of the excessive wetness & moisture in the space.Nowdays people is bored of cold & hardwood ceramic floorings in the bathroom,particuarly in winter season, so water … Continue reading

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Solid teak timber decking,Fresh or Matured?

I. Freshly Cut Indonesia Origin Teak Timber Decking II.  Matured Teak timber decking for swimming pool use Above two pics shows the same batch of teak wood decking before and after sunlight expose.The color changed from pale yellow white to … Continue reading

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