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Unfinished engineered flooring has no finish applied, meaning it is less protected and is in its natural state with no design features such as staining added. It looks as natural as wood flooring possibly can, but it is recommended that an oil or lacquer finish is applied at home to protect it from damage and help it last as long as possible. If you do not apply a finish, use these floors only in low footfall homes where spillages are rare and there are no pets or children.
Why Unfinished Engineered Flooring?
An unfinished floor affords you great personalisation - you can add whichever finish or combination of finishes you like to your personal taste. As some flooring may not come in the combination of finishes you like, this allows you to create a unique product that does not yet exist. We have a variety of species, grades and wood patterns available for you to finish at home - also visit our accessories section if you need products to help you do this.
Unfinished flooring makes a great project for DIY enthusiasts, but finishing a floor at home can be carried out by beginners too. Get a professional in as an alternative if you do not feel confident enough to do this yourself. If you are a purist or prefer the natural unfinished look but still want added protection, use an invisible oil - this will prevent moisture penetration but allow the wood to look as it did when you bought it. If you ever sand the floor, don’t forget to re-finish it with the same treatment as the protection will wear away.
Unfinished floors also look less uniform and mass produced in comparison to pre-finished floors, due to the sanding that occurs on site. This produces minor variations in look and texture, meaning a rugged and unique farmhouse feel is achieved that pre-finished options cannot reproduce.
For an unfinished look, buy a floor from our invisible oiled engineered section. This will offer protection, and retain the natural look provided the oil is the only finish applied.
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Chamonix Highland Oak 90 x 750 x 10/3mm
Elgin Rural Oak 190 x 20/6mm Unfinished
Studley Goose Oak 190 x 14/3mm
Elgin Cloudy Oak 190 x 20/6mm Unfinished
Bibury Unfinished Distressed Oak 190 x 20/6mm
Painswick Mist Oak 80 x 350 x 20/6mm
Painswick Canal Oak 80 x 350 x 20/6mm Unfinished
Painswick Tuborg Oak 150 x 14/3mm Click
Painswick Wirral Oak 150 x 14/3mm Click
Studley Newborn Oak 190 x 14/3mm Unfinished
Elgin Fresh Oak 190 x 20/4mm
Elgin Free Range Oak 190 x 20/6mm
Painswick Valley Oak 70 x 350 x 11/4mm
Bibury Distressed Oak 220 x 15/4mm Unfinished
Elgin Pristine Oak 260 x 20/6mm
Elgin Tranquil Oak 300 x 18/4mm
Painswick Sparrow Oak 125 x 500 x 15/4mm
Painswick Fresh Oak 70 x 280 x 20/6mm
Painswick Flawless Oak 70 x 280 x 20/6mm
Painswick Yarn Oak 100 x 500 x 20/6mm
Painswick Malt Oak 70 x 350 x 20/6mm
Painswick Moose Oak 100 x 500 x 20/6mm
Painswick Spiced Oak 100 x 500 x 20/6mm
Painswick Ranch Oak 70 x 350 x 20/6mm
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