Ted Todd – Warehouse Collection – Husk
Husk flies the flag for originality. With smoky oak tones and an undulating surface full of surprises, every board is utterly unique. Husk looks equally stunning in both traditional and contemporary settings. Brimming with character, Warehouse combines wide planks and a hand-worked, undulating surface for a modern yet authentic take on hardwood flooring. Crafted with slow grown European oak and harvested with FSC® certification, it’s easy to maintain yet strikingly beautiful. 3 layer 15mm – 4 mm hardwood wear layer bonded to a block board core. Weight: 7.5kg/m²
How To Clean Your Ted Todd Floor
FOR HUSK WE WOULD RECOMMEND TED TODD LACQUER & UV OIL CLEANING KIT.
Maintained by cleaning/removing dirt from the floor and by protecting the hardened top coat. Regularly clean with Careline Easy Clean. Furthermore, protect with either Careline Polish or Careline Intensive Maintenance Polish (Matt or Gloss). Additionally, Careline De-wax will remove old layers of polish from your floor, leaving you to re-apply fresh coats of Careline polish. It is advisable that you apply your first coats of Careline Polish as you start to use your new floor.
For deep cleaning lacquer and oilwood traffic: Careline Intensive Maintenance Polish is an easy to apply but very effective method of rejuvenating a floor with a hardened top coat (UV Oil, lacquer, Oilwood traffic). Remove the old polish with De-wax and apply 2 coats of Polish with a cotton applicator. The application method requires that you wet all of the floor – it does not need applying evenly. For the best results buff the floor with a red pad once the polish has dried (about 30 minutes).
As one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of hardwood flooring, Ted Todd ensure exacting standards in durability, performance and beauty of our products. When installed correctly, in accordance with guidelines, via one of the retail partners, our confidence in our products and services is reflected in our 20 year guarantee across our product range. All prices are correct as of November 2017.