Wilsonart® Laminate Flooring
Wilsonart Laminate Flooring is Simply the Best! The technology that goes into Wilsonart Laminate Flooring today dates back to the early 1960s when Wilsonart developed Tufsurf®, an exceedingly durable high pressure laminate that eventually led to the advancement of their product line. Since then, many refinements and improvements have helped make Wilsonart Laminate Flooring the number one brand of independent retailers nationwide owing to high levels of consumer satisfaction and nearly non-existent recalls!
From classic oaks and maples to exotic selections like bamboo and sun-washed timber, the brand covers every possible hardwood look you can envision. And if you're looking for natural stones, they also have one of the largest and most realistic collections you'll find anywhere.
The wear surface is so durable and tough, dirt and grime just can't seem to get a toehold on it. Regular vacuuming or sweeping will keep your space looking first-rate - and should mud, grease and or other stain happen to make their way inside, a quick once over with a damp mop and the recommended cleaner quickly puts things right.
When it comes to making a great product pressure makes all the difference. The greater the pressure used in the manufacturing, the harder and more resistant to scuffing and scratching the wear surface. Just as diamonds are the hardest of all natural minerals, High Pressure materials is the hardest and toughest of all.
Estate Plus and Classic are among the first products in the industry ever to be certified by the North American Laminate Flooring Association. NALFA is comprised of numerous suppliers and manufacturers. This group subjects materials to a rigorous series of tests for resistance to impact, stains, heat, fading and more.
Beautiful. Durable. Easy to clean. These are the chief reasons why 98% of consumers who live with this brand say they would purchase it all over again. But to really appreciate why so many consumers love their products, you need to look beyond the surface.
To clean the surface, use a damp cloth or sponge and a mild soap or detergent. Difficult stains such as coffee or tea can be removed using a mild household cleaner and baking soda; mixing to achieve a paste consistency. Use a stiff nylon bristle brush, scrubbing (approx. 15-20 strokes) the affected area. Do not scrub so as to mar (damage, scratch) the surface finish.
Stubborn stains that resist any of the above cleaning methods may require the use of undiluted household bleach or nail polish remover. Use a cotton ball saturated with bleach or nail polish remover (acetone), gently rub the stain for up to two minutes. Rinse thoroughly with warm water and wipe dry using a soft cloth. This step may be repeated if the stain appears to be going away and the color of the product has not been affected.