3 easy steps to complete the maintenance of the villa courtyard anti-corrosion wood floor

Many villa owners will consider setting up a wooden floor area when renovating their villa's courtyard design, which can not only be used as an outdoor recreation area but also be very beautiful from the perspective of creating a landscape atmosphere. Although the outdoor preservative wood used has done a good job of preserving and waterproofing, but after all, it is wood and long-term wind and rain, so the preservative wood floor still needs regular maintenance.

As long as you follow these 3 simple steps for the maintenance of anti-corrosion wood flooring, you will be able to ensure that it shines like new and greatly extend the time frame of use.
3 easy steps to complete the maintenance of the villa courtyard anti-corrosion wood floor
Special Tip.

If your local winter is particularly cold, you may need to repaint these preservative wood floors after cleanup. You can confirm the need to do this by looking at the surface of the preservative wood floor to a little water to see if it can form beads, and if the water can easily penetrate into the wood then it will have to be repainted.
3 easy steps to complete the maintenance of the villa courtyard anti-corrosion wood floor
1、Preliminary cleaning of the surface of the anti-corrosion wood floor
(a) Initial removal of debris and loose dirt from the surface with a hard brush.

2. Further clean-up
Rinse off moss, mold, and other substances that are attached to the anti-corrosion wood floor. You can mix warm water with bleach or use a special preservative wood cleaner, but remember to rinse with water after cleaning. In some particularly dirty areas you may also need to use a brush to get it right.

3、Wax oil painting
Once the anticorrosive wood floor is cleaned and dried, the wood wax oil can be applied. In order to be anticorrosive wood floors look more glossy you can apply 2-3 coats, this will get a translucent matte effect and better protection against water.

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