Masland trucor LVP Maintenance and Care
Trucor WPC/SPC Maintenance and Care
ROUTINE CARE & MAINTENANCE
- Sweep, dust mop or vacuum daily. Do not use vacuums with any type of beater bar assembly.
- Lightly damp mop with a pH neutral cleaner. Remove excess soil by carefully scrubbing with a soft nylon brush or magic eraser sponge and a pH neutral
- Remove scuffs using a pH neutral cleaner and a soft nylon brush or magic eraser sponge.
- Heavily soiled floors may require an occasional deep cleaning using a pH neutral cleaner and a low-speed buffer not exceeding 175 RPM. Fit the buffer with
a red or white scrubbing pad and work the solution over the floor. Remove the dirty residue by damp mopping with clear water.
- Remove standing water, pet urine and other liquids promptly.
- Use non-staining walk-off mats at all outside entrances. Mats should have a non-staining back. Rubber backed mats are not
recommended. Clean the mats regularly.
- Use flat glides at least 2" in diameter under furniture legs to prevent indentations and scratches.
- Use broad surface non-staining casters at least 2" in diameter on rolling furniture.
- When moving heavy furniture, appliances or fixtures, use protective pads designed for use over hard surface flooring.
- Do not use vinegar, polishes, waxes, oil soaps, abrasive cleaners, harsh detergents, “mop and shine” products or solvents.
- Do not expose to direct sunlight for prolonged periods. Protect the floor from direct sunlight by employing shades, blinds or window film.
- Do not use steam cleaners.
- Do not flood floor or subject to standing liquids, including pet urine.
- Use chair mats at desks or work stations for prevent damage from casters.
- Avoid the use of metal or razor scrapers to remove dirt, residues or other markings from the floor. This will damage the protective wear
layer of the flooring.
Trucor Tymber Maintenance and Care
• The surface of your flooring is protected for a long life and high wear
resistance. The product is sold finished and does not need any work
done on it. However, there are several recommendations and
instructions to follow to maintain and clean it.
• The ideal conditions for avoiding problems with the boards’
dimensions and static loads are: 50-70%RH and+/-70ºF. Use a
humidifier if needed.
• Do NOT varnish, sand, polish etc. the wood core flooring.
Products with wax, soap or polish may leave behind residues.
• Never fix the flooring planks to the base floor or other
construction elements (with glue, nails, fixed door stops etc)
• Protect the feet of furniture and chairs with felt or plastic pads
and regularly check their condition and cleanliness.
• Use chairs with soft wheels that won’t damage the flooring (Type
W, in accordance with regulation DIN 68131), or failing that, use
a polycarbonate mat to avoid direct contact with the floor (the
wheels should be kept clean).
• The use of doormats at exterior door entrances is recommended in
order to prevent dirt, dust, gravel, water etc. coming in from the
• Use a broom, cleaning pad, vacuum cleaner with brush for
parquet flooring or a completely wrung out mop. Never use
abrasive cleaning aids (wire wool, scouring pads etc.) or cleaning
machines to clean the wood core flooring.
• Use non-abrasive, pH neutral detergents.
• To clean grooved products, do not use sharp or pointed, abrasive,
cutting, wet etc. instruments. Use a vacuum cleaner with a brush for
parquet flooring. If this is not enough, use a cloth slightly dampened
• To eliminate stubborn stains on the surface (NEVER in joints or
groves), use slightly diluted acetone or alcohol for household use.
Clean with water afterwards.
• Special care should be taken in areas with pets (urine can
damage the wood core flooring; avoid it and clean it immediately).
• If any water is spilled, it should be dried immediately to prevent any
liquid remaining on the surface.