Brazilian Oak

Brazilian Oak Classic Collection Gloss Finish

About Brazilian Oak Classic Collection Gloss Finish

The Preference Classic Laminate in Brazilian Oak laminate flooring has a khaki tone, with a beautiful gloss finish creating warm undertones to give your home a welcoming and elegant atmosphere. The fine grains allow this floor to retain an authentic timber look, while a lack of knots enable the plank’s smooth complexion. Installation is made easy using our click-lock system, allowing you to enjoy your new floor sooner.

Classic Collection Gloss Finish Brazilian Oak Product Details

Size: 1212x125x12.3
Warranty: Limited Lifetime Structural Warranty / Limited 20 Year Coating
Range: Classic Collection Gloss Finish
Finish: 65% Semi Gloss
Brand: Preference Flooring

About Classic Collection Gloss Finish

Preference Classic Collection is a beautiful, elegant laminate flooring solution. The collection is affordable, easy to keep clean, and available in several colors. It has the looks of natural timber flooring but with the hard wear characteristics of a laminate floor. The collection is backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

Classic Collection Gloss Finish Category FAQs

Preference Classic Laminate flooring is a gorgeous and cost-effective laminate flooring solution that features a tough AC3 surface, making it ideal for dealing with everyday residential wear and tear. Aesthetic quality of the range offers the unique look of real timber floors, while at the same time offering the practicality and benefits that only a laminate floor can provide. It’s suitable for most interior decors, practical, economical, and highly attractive.

Laminate floors are easy to maintain. There’s no special cleaning agents or treatments that need to be used! Every so often, just vacuum or sweep the floor. However, never use a steam mop on laminate floors. The use of household cleaners or couring pads on your laminate floor is also not recommended as their abrasive nature may lead to damaging of the planks.

Laminate flooring was first introduced by a Swedish company as a method of reusing waste wood for economical and ethical reasons. These planks are first created by deconstructing wood to make it into a pulp, and then fusing them together in order to create a synthetic core. There are three primary layers, which consist of a wear layer, print layer, and HDF core.

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