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The HydroPro Jarrah engineered timber floor features a select layer of Australian Jarrah timber and an innovative 100% water-proof and highly stable core. Jarrah timbers naturally grow in Western Australia, and exhibits rich reds to ochre browns in a beautiful interlocking grain, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere for any interior. Jarrah timbers are one of Australia’s strongest and most popular, and the HydroPro Jarrah floor is complemented by a 100% waterproof core, 8 layers of UV-protected surface coating, and a patented Valinge click-lock system.
Everfloor’s Luxflor 12.3mm Gloss Laminate range is a quality range of laminate floors crafted to the finest standards. It comes in a number of local and international timber styles and features, providing customers the option to choose from a range of palette colours and wood gains. They feature a durable scratch-resistant surface, water-resistant wax-seal and a patented Unilin click-lock system.
The Luxflor 12mm Gloss Laminate flooring presents a beautiful affordable flooring range with a shiny finish. 12mm Luxflor laminates offers AC3 wear rating, 24 hours of water resistance and a gorgeous range of glossy finished realistic hardwood and oak designs. Luxflor’s competitive pricing aims to provide high quality flooring at lower prices. All Luxflor laminates have passed stringent Australian standards testing; abrasions, slip tests, VOC emissions and fire testing.
The 12mm Luxflor Laminates are very easy to clean given their abrasion rating and water resistance. Mopping, sweeping and vacuuming are all great ways to keep your floors clean. Avoid using abrasive cleaning products like paddingless vacuum heads which may scratch away the wear layer. Steam mops are not recommended as the high temperature can cause delamination of the floor’s structure.
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.