Bamboo flooring is a new type of building decoration material. It uses natural high-quality bamboo as raw material. After more than 20 processes, the original bamboo juice is removed, extruded by high temperature and high pressure, and then passed through multiple layers of paint, and finally dried by infrared rays. Bamboo floor brings a green and fresh wind to the building materials market with its natural advantages and many excellent properties after molding. Bamboo floor has the natural texture of bamboo, fresh and elegant, giving people a feeling of returning to nature, elegant and refined.
1. Keep the indoor ventilated and dry environment. Regularly maintaining indoor ventilation can not only make the chemical substances in the floor volatilize as much as possible and discharge it to the outside, but also exchange the indoor humid air with the outside. Especially in the case of long-term uninhabited and maintenance, indoor ventilation is more important. Commonly used methods are: opening windows or doors frequently to allow air convection, or using air conditioning systems and ventilation systems to create a dry and clean indoor environment.
2. Avoid exposure to sunlight and rain. In some houses, sunlight or rain can directly enter the local area of the room through the window, which will cause harm to the bamboo floor. Sunlight will accelerate the aging of paint and glue, and will also cause shrinkage and cracking of the floor. After the rain is wet, the bamboo material absorbs water and causes swelling and deformation, and in severe cases, the floor will become moldy. Therefore, special attention should be paid to it in daily use.
3. Avoid damaging the floor surface. The lacquer surface of the bamboo floor is not only the decorative layer of the floor, but also the protective layer of the floor. Therefore, the impact of hard objects, the scratch of sharp objects, the friction of metals, etc. should be avoided, and chemicals should not be stored indoors. In addition, indoor furniture should be handled with care when moving, and the feet of the furniture should be padded with rubber skins. In public places, the main passages should be covered with carpets, etc.
4. Proper cleaning. In the process of daily use, the bamboo floor should be cleaned regularly to keep the floor clean and hygienic. When cleaning, you can first use a clean broom to sweep away the dust and debris, and then manually wipe it with a rag that has been wrung out of water. If the area is too large, you can wash the cloth mop, hang it up to dry the water droplets, and use it to mop the ground. Remember not to wash with water, nor to clean up with a damp rag or mop. Usually, if there is water-containing material spilled on the ground, it should be wiped with a dry cloth immediately.