Protecting my floor

In order that the concept of “hardness” is associated with a real wood floor, the room has to be subject to normal use and a maintenance plan has to be put in place. Normal use means that certain precautions have to be carried out to protect against abrasive materials, such as sand or gravel and also against furniture legs where the castors are not suitable (in the case of arm chairs, TV tables, etc.). In other words, for a wood flooring to last well, one should consider a suitable wood species at the outset and prescribe the correct cleaning methods.

Please note that all forms of masking tape should be checked for compatibility with lacquered wood flooring before use (consult the manufacturer if necessary).
Also, if the application time is too long, the adhesive may transfer to the lacquer.