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EFFICIENT MAINTAINENCE OF WOODEN FLOORS
Bollerup Jensen Floor Soap White is well-suited for after-care, maintainence, and refreshing of lye-, soap-, and oil treated wooden floors and other wooden surfaces where a white pigmented surface is wanted. Floor Soap White is produced from bright and clean vegetable oils added white pigment which feeds the pores of the wood and protects it against spilling of fluids.
Be aware that this product should not be used in concentrated form on painted and fernized wood work as the soap can dissolve the painting or laquer.
Basic finish: 0,3 liters of Floor Soap White for 5 liters of warm water.
Regular cleaning: 0,1 liters of Floor Soap White for 5 liters of warm water. The dosage can be altered in regard to the degree of soiling.
Basic Finish: The floor should be free of soil and dust, and newly laid floors should be polished. The soap dissolution is applied with a cloth or mop in the direction of the wood until the wood is saturated. After a couple of minutes, the excessive soap should be wiped off with a moist cloth (without soap). The treatment is repeated 2-3 times when the surface is completely dry. Do not use too much water in the soap treatment – the wood can expand and when it is once again dry, it will constrict- On lamella parquet floors the bonding can be damaged.
Regular cleaning: Treated floors are easy to keep clean – vacuuming is sufficient in the daily cleaning.
Difficult stains: Soften the stain with water, rub concentrated soap into the stain and leave it to work for about 5 minutes. Remove the stain with a rough sponge and wipe off the area with a cloth. To refreshen the white pigment color on the treated area, a thin layer of concentrated soap can be smeared on the area.