Designed to conveniently fill gaps, small openings and broken edges.
Simply apply the material on the area to be repaired and wipe away excess with a damp towel.
For Best Results
When moving appliances or heavy furniture, lay a plywood panel on your floor and “walk” the item across the panel. This protects your floor. Never slide furniture or appliances directly over your floor.
Rolling casters may damage the floor. Therefore, we do not recommend them. If you choose to use them, the rubber barrel-type or double wheel types are the best option.
Place a walk-off mat at outside entrances to reduce the amount of dirt and moisture brought into your home. Area rugs are recommended in front of kitchen sinks and at all pivot areas and within high traffic areas. The rugs must be made of a breathable material to prevent moisture entrapment. Rugs with solid rubber or vinyl backings are not recommended.
When using a vacuum cleaner, disengage the beater bar or use the “bare floor” setting to avoid damaging your floor. The vacuum head must be brush or felt, a wand attachment is preferable.
Highly abrasive scrubbing tools are not recommended as they can damage your floor.
Use Armstrong or Bruce maintenance products. Never use any of the following products (or products similar in nature) on your floor: ammonia-based cleaners, acrylic finishes, wax-based products, solvent-based polishes, detergents, bleach, polishes, oil soap, abrasive cleaning soaps, or acidic materials such as vinegar. Many of these products can pit or etch the finish of your flooring or prevent the effectiveness of recommended maintenance materials.
Use floor protectors on furniture to reduce indentation. The heavier the item, the wider the floor protector needed. Use furniture leg protector pads under all furniture and make certain to keep them clean and well maintained.
Immediately wipe up wet areas from spills, foreign substances, or wet feet.
NEVER CLEAN OR WET MOP WITH WATER. Water may permanently damage the floor.
Keep animal nails trimmed to minimize finish scratches.
Shoes with heel taps or sharp objects protruding from the sole such as rocks, exposed nails and gravel will damage your hardwood floor. Avoid walking on wood floors with spike- or stiletto-heeled shoes. Spike or stiletto high-heels must be properly maintained to prevent damage from the steel heel support.
Keep the relative humidity in your home between 35% and 55%.
Protect your floor from direct sunlight. Use curtains and UV resistant film on large glass doors and windows.
Spray the Armstrong Hardwood & Laminate Floor Cleaner or Bruce Hardwood & Laminate Floor Cleaner directly onto the floor or on the mop cover. DO NOT allow excess cleaner to remain on the floor's surface. Excess liquid may damage the floor. Armstrong and Bruce Hardwood and Laminate floor care kits include a swivel-head mop with a washable and replaceable soft cover. These mops are highly recommended to clean Armstrong and Bruce hardwood floors.
Remove any dried adhesive residue with a clean white cloth dampened with low odor mineral spirits, carefully following warnings on container.
Sweep, dust mop or vacuum thoroughly to remove all loose dust, dirt, grit and debris.