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Kronoswiss Bourbon Oak laminate flooring is designed to replicate the strong liquor with the dark undertone of good cola, exhibited through it's dark brown and redish tones. I wouldn't mind drinking some bourbon on Bourbon Oak laminate, after all the 48 hour water resistance means that I wouldn't need to worry If it spilt. Jokes aside, the Kronoswiss laminate range is built with a hard wearing surface for scratch and dent resistance as well as being water resistant. Bourbon Oak laminate is definitely a beautiful floor solution, especially for a rustic design.
Kronoswiss is built from Swiss technology and a world class processes to inhibit moisture ingress from liquid spills. If something spills or splashes in your living space, the Aquastop range can help for up to 48 hours, which also makes it ideal for all those messy accidents that tend to happen in our homes. With AC5 scratch and dent resistance and a 35 year structural warranty, it’s no question that Kronoswiss Aquastop Laminate is a beautiful flooring solution.
Our Kronoswiss 8mm Laminate Aquastop flooring has innovative design and engineering, specially for prevention of moisture ingress from accidents and spills. This laminate flooring is incredibly useful for homes and businesses that are in need of protecting against moisture exposure, as our 8mm range allows for up to 48 hours of protection. Our wood material is also sourced only from FSC certified forests, making these planks an environmentally sustainable option.
AQUASTOP laminate floors aren’t just easy to install, they’re also a breeze to maintain. You don’t need any special cleaning agents or treatments! Just use your vacuum or mop every so often. However, avoid using regular household cleaners or scouring pads, because they will damage your floor. Do not use Steam mops under any circumstances for laminate floors.
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.