Di Legno

Stains and damages

Maitenance guide

Removing stains

Stains are best removed immediately with a damp cloth. In any event avoid leaving any liquid on the floor.

Easy stains

Chocolate Wipe with a damp cloth.
Candle wax Remove carefully with a knife.
Chewing gum Remove carefully with a knife.
Coffee/Tea (cold) Wipe with a damp cloth.
Liqueur Wipe with a damp cloth.
Lipstick Wipe with a damp cloth.
Nail varnish Wipe with a damp cloth or remove carefully with a knife.
Pencil Wipe with a damp cloth.
Shoe polish Remove carefully with a knife.
Tar Remove carefully with a knife.
Fruit juice Wipe with a damp cloth.
Wine Wipe with a damp cloth.


If a stain still remains after removal or wiping down, you should best first use the procedure described above for 'cleaning maintenance'. However if the stains or damage should prove to have permeated into the wood, restoration by your Di Legno distributor is recommended.

Difficult stains
The difficult stains below have the characteristic of not only damaging the protective layer, but also of permeating into the wood or of damaging it. The action you should take immediately is described below.

Charcoal Wipe with a damp cloth.
Ink (e.g. alcohol pen) Wipe with a damp cloth.
Coffee/Tea (hot) Immediately mop up with a damp cloth to prevent it permeating into the wood.
Cigarettes Wipe with a damp cloth.
Urine Wipe with a damp cloth.
Grease Wipe with a damp cloth.


If a stain still remains after removal or wiping down, you should best first use the procedure described above for 'cleaning maintenance'. However if the stains or damage should prove to have permeated into the wood, restoration by your Di Legno distributor is recommended.


What to do in the case of damage?

Slight, limited damage to the surface layer of your Di Legno floor may be repaired with the appropriate touch-up products from Di Legno. They are designed to match the colour perfectly of the finished floors. You should contact your Di Legno distributor for expert instructions or assistance.

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