Spring clean your wooden worktop

Cleaning Wooden WorktopsIt is important to take care with your wooden worktop, especially when cleaning it. If you are looking into cleaning your worktop; there are a few things you will have to take into consideration.

We recommend using a non-abrasive cleaner such as washing up liquid, to begin with; rather than abrasive cleaners such as bleach. Bleach will damage your worktop, as it strips the colour and durability away from the timber, leaving it weak and vulnerable.

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Delivering your order

bespoke wood sandingA business is only as good as its service and seeing that your order gets to you is very important to us. We want to ensure that you have the best experience when choosing your wooden worktops. So to make things easier for you, Mountain Hardwoods would like to express to you how our delivery service works. Here at Mountain Hardwoods we do our best to meet the customer’s needs, bespoke work and all.

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Ten stages of installation

It is important to us that you have the best experience when deciding on your wooden kitchen worktops. So we, Norfolk Oak have come up with some easy tips and tricks to help you along when it comes to installing…

You will need:
–          Rags/ old cloth
–          Oil
–          Warm Storage (if applicable)
–          Sand paper /electric sander
–          Extra helping hand

1. If the worktop needs storing, give our office to call and we shall delay the delivery, or you can ensure it will be stored in a flat, warm and dry atmosphere. Just like Floor planks, you will need to oil them immediately, 24 hours being the limit.

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