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How to Protect Your Floors with Floor Liner

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There are many great benefits of floor liners and it's good to know what they are if you are unsure about buying one. Floor liners protect your floors from scratches, scuffs, stains and damage from everyday wear and tear. They provide an extra layer of protection against spills so that the surface below is protected from being soaked up by the liner. If you have a pet at home with long hair or dander on their feet then floor liners will help keep those allergens off of your floor surfaces as well!

Foam floorliner

With the winter months fast approaching, we all know that we will be spending a lot of time indoors. If you have hard floors in your home, then you know how much of a mess can be created by spills and accidents. As you walk around on your hard floor surfaces, it can be easy to track in dirt and debris. There is a way to protect those floor surfaces with floor liner that will make life easier for you!

Floor Liner Protection Benefits

Foam floorliner is made from many different materials but the most common are rubber or plastic.

- You can easily install it on your hard floor surfaces with little to no effort at all!

- They protect against dirt and spills as well as scratches caused by other objects that have been dragged across the floor.

Floor Liner Installation Steps

- Remove any furniture or items on top of the surface where you will be installing floor liner. This includes appliances such as stoves, microwaves, washers and dryers.

- Clean the surface using a non-abrasive cleaner. Rinse thoroughly, then wipe with a clean cloth to remove any excess moisture or soap residue left behind from cleaning. Allow it to air dry completely before continuing installation of floor liner.

- Unroll the liner on top of the cleaned flooring surface as evenly as possible. Mark the long side edge of where you will be cutting your liner to fit around objects such as appliances or furniture with a pencil.

- Cut along this line using either an electric knife or sharp utility knife and straightedge for best results, making sure not to stretch the material when it is being cut.

- If there are any wrinkles or bubbles in the liner, carefully cut them out with a sharp edge to create an even surface.

- Spray adhesive on all four corners of your new floor liner and press it into place over the cleaned hardwood using a clean towel for pressure as you do this.

- Continue along these steps until completion, adding more sections of liner as needed.

If you are looking to protect your floors with a layer of protection that is stylish and easy to install, then floor liner might be for you. Order the product online at Trio Plus or call us with any enquiries on 01372 747 555.