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Verdura Bamboo Ghost Gum is a white stained beauty, often desired for it's cool aura and sturdy structure. Ghost Gum is designed so that the strandwoven bamboo grains are clearly visible on each floorboard, allowing the natural beauty and white stain to conjunctly procure a beautiful floor covering. Although the colour palette is primarily white, it would be wrong to say Ghost Gum lacks character. A beautiful, hard wearing bamboo flooring, perfect for but not limited to a modern and minimalist home design.
Verdura has launched new bamboo flooring that is manufactured from a Cold Press process to create solid planks incorporating a patented click system that’s easy to install and maintain, durable and stable. Verdura’s strandwoven bamboo is available in trending colours and the popular size of 1850 x135 x 14mm. Rest assured, it comes with a Limited Lifetime Structural Warranty and Limited 20 years Residential Coating Warranty. After all, Bamboo flooring has an incredibly high Janka hardness rating of 15, which is stronger than every commercial hardwood flooring
Our Strandwoven Bamboo flooring is specially selected to ensure the grain and color are exactly matched. Our compression process creates an extremely dense material. We also machine our boards to exact tolerances so that there are no gaps in the locking or tongue-and-groove systems, perfecting a patented locking system to allow added ease of installation for our D.I.Y. customers!
Regularly clean the floor with a dust mop, soft bristled broom, soft bristled vacuum cleaner, or a wood floor mop kit. Dry-mop only. Never use a wet mop as excess water can damage the bamboo boards. Regularly rearrange rugs and furniture to ensure even aging of the flooring. Do not use wax, oil, soap, or abrasive cleaners on bamboo flooring. Keep your pet’s claws closely trimmed.
To make natural strand woven bamboo flooring, the bamboo is cut down and shredded into fiber strands. The strands are woven together and compressed under extreme pressure. The result is a solid block of strand woven bamboo which is then shaped into planks. Several lacquer layers are applied to protect the surface, and then the planks are equipped with a tongue-and-grove or click installation system.