What about the leftover wood for wood floor decora

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What about the leftover wood for wood floor decoration

>& gt;& gt; The working class loves the great recommendation of 100 yuan super value composite floor

the owners decorate and clear the package or half the package by themselves, and it is natural to have surplus materials. When clearing the package, the workers may calculate a little more to help the owner calculate the materials in order not to delay the construction period. Similarly, half package is also to not often bother the owner to go out and buy materials. Now we advocate a conservation oriented society. What are the uses of the remaining materials after the decoration? Let's take a look at the good ideas brainstormed by netizens

◆ the remaining quantity is relatively large &mdash& mdash; Recycling company

if there are more floors left at home, you can consider searching some professional recycling floor merchants. They will mainly recycle some brand-new residual floors and some waste floors in a unified way. This is certainly a way to minimize the loss for everyone, but it should be noted that they have high requirements for the quality of floors and prefer famous brand floors. After all, the quality and reuse value are relatively high

◆ the remaining quantity is relatively small &mdash& mdash; Turn waste into treasure

1. The redundant wooden floor can be spliced into shelves and flower racks

a netizen felt very distressed when she saw that a lot of leftover materials at the door were about to be thrown away after paving the wooden floor at home. Later, she saw the beautiful flower racks and trolleys on the balcony in home magazines, and felt that these leftover materials could be used

she nailed a stainless steel bracket on the wall of her balcony, and then put several pieces of floor scraps together on the bracket to become a flower rack for potted flowers. She also put these leftover materials on the floor of the storage room after splicing, so that even if there are heavy objects on it, it is equivalent to two layers of floor protection, which is not a big deal. This method is also applicable to the place where the water dispenser is placed. Cut out the area similar to the size of the bottom of the water dispenser with leftover materials, which is equivalent to an additional support of the solid wood floor. When pouring water, the boiled water will not directly leak onto the wood floor

2. The leftover material of wood floor can be used for paving again.

the standard size of domestic solid wood floor is 90 cm. This kind of floor has special-shaped interfaces in the front, back, left and right, commonly known as lock. At present, the assembly of high-end wood floors needs to be connected through locks. If the front and rear interfaces are just sawn off when sawing the floor, the remaining middle part of the floor will be more troublesome when assembling again. It needs to lay another layer of blockboard base on the floor dragon before it can be used again. If the sawn floor has an interface, and the remaining size is more than 30 cm, because the width of the earthworm is 30 cm, it can be easily reused

when paving wood flooring in China, everyone likes the standard size with the same length, so the waste is large. The loss of 100 square meters of solid wood flooring after paving is about 4-7 square meters. But if used properly, this loss can be reduced. If the floors above 30 cm are paved under the bed, 2-3 square meters can be paved with waste. If the floor price is calculated at 200 yuan per square meter, it is equivalent to saving 400— 600 yuan

it is recommended that the remaining materials be returned if they can be returned to the material dealer. Some dressings that cannot be returned are recommended to be sold to the owners who have not been decorated in the same community or to your construction team at a discount. The whole box can be returned to the merchant, and the bulk can be sent to relatives and friends next door. Everyone can use it in decoration. Why not make more friends




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