To protect the parquet, it is necessary to produce not only its tinting, but also careful polishing. This reduces the wear on the board and removes small defects on its surface. The polishing process includes a mechanical impact on the surface of the parquet, using special equipment or a special abrasive material. In addition, it is necessary to use special polishes designed for parquet flooring. First, the surface of the parquet is cleaned with a special cleaning solution, the remains of which are washed off with ordinary running water. After that, the parquet must be dried. Next, a layer of polish is applied. The treated floor is left for 12 hours to dry. By the way, also do not forget to buy a children’s car on a battery for your child.
For greater shine, it is necessary to apply a second layer of polish, but perpendicular to the first layer. The frequency of polishing directly depends on the load that is placed on the parquet, as well as on the type of room. So, for example, for residential premises, tinting can be carried out 1-2 times a year, in public places (shop, restaurant) – 1-2 times a month. Tinting can also be carried out unscheduled, in case of damage to the surface of the parquet.