Wooden Floor

Protect and enhance your wooden flooring with our collection of wooden floor finishes. Featuring a wide range of finishes and colours, allow your wooden floor to stand out and make the right impression. Featuring products from some of the most recognisable woodcare brands including Osmo, Fiddes and Ronseal.

Things To Consider When Choosing A Wooden Floor Finish

Before picking the perfect wood finish for your home, we have a couple of things that may be important to take into consideration:

  • What type of finish are you looking for? Do you prefer a matt, satin or gloss look.
  • How durable does the floor need to be? Is it situated in a high traffic area.
  • How long do you need the drying time to be?
  • Would you prefer to use a solvent based or water based product?

Types of Wood Floor Finishes

With such a wide range of wood finishes available, picking what type of finish will perfectly meet your requirements and needs can be a tough choice. To help you narrow down you choice, some of the most popular wood floor finishes include:

Wood Oil

Designed to not only provide your wooden flooring with a beautiful colour, wood oils work through penetrating the surface and delivering extra protection, durability and strength. Providing your flooring with a natural look, wood oil helps to highlight and enhance the natural look of the wood.

Wood Varnish

A classic and popular choice when it comes to decorating your flooring, wood varnish reamins tough and durable against everyday scuff, scratches spills. An extremely hardwearing floor finish, wood varnishes are known for delivering a high level of coverage and a beautiful lasting colour.

What Is The Best Way To Apply Wooden Floor Finish?

Before any application of finish, we always recommend reading the manufacturers application instructions which generally can be found on the tin or from our own website. In most cases however it is best to apply wooden floor finish with a high quality bristle brush. Apply in one direction, following the natural grain of the wooden surface to minimise brush strokes.