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Parquet repair always starts with determining the material of the parquet and its surface treatment. However, the size and location of the injury is important.

Parquet surfaces are made of different materials: natural wood, laminate, PVC, cork, etc. The surfaces of natural parquet are processed using different methods – waxing, oiling, varnishing.

Different materials have different properties – the plus of one is the minus of the other. Natural parquet is beautiful, warm and long-lived, but injuries occur quite easily and the surfaces need maintenance.


Damage to the parquet occurs quite easily, because a tool or a sharp object falls down and can easily cause sharp chips on the parquet.

Such damages are easy to repair on natural parquet and more difficult on laminate. High-quality veneer is used on natural parquet, and the cracks can be beautifully filled with hard polymer of the corresponding color.

Important! Natural parquet is never the same and the color may be slightly different. This is not a characteristic of parquet.


Parquet scratches are the most common damage to parquet. Moving furniture or other heavy objects without protective caps can cause scratches on the parquet surface. At the same time, very intensive use and heavy traffic can cause wear and scratches on the parquet.

Deep scratches can occur when heavy or rough objects are allowed to rub or drag on the parquet surface. For example, furniture legs, stones or grains of sand can cause scratches

Individual scratches or a wide strip of scratches are especially difficult to remove if the texture of the parquet wood has a lot of color. For example, laminate parquet has a printed pattern and it is not possible to draw it 100% by hand with the same nut.

Worth considering! Scratches are parallel to the texture and it is extremely difficult to hide them without making the place look like new.


Bruises on the parquet are damages that occur when the parquet surface is subjected to strong pressure or an impact that exceeds the wood’s tolerance. They can appear as a result of falling or hitting heavy but not sharp objects and cause deep marks on the surface of the parquet, which can result in dents or other deformations. Bruises can affect the appearance and quality of the parquet and may require professional repair or replacement.

The laminated parquet surface is covered with a wear-resistant laminate layer, which can protect against crushing better than solid wooden parquet. In this case, the bruises may appear as dents or damage in the laminate layer.

Crushing on natural parquet is many times easier than on laminate parquet, but the strength of crushing depends on the material of the parquet.

In summary, crushing can occur in different ways depending on the type of parquet and its construction.

Worth knowing! If the crushing damage is against the light of the window, it may happen that it cannot be repaired, that it may not be noticed at all.


Stains on parquet can appear in different ways depending on their origin, the type of parquet and its finish. Below are some examples of how stains can appear on different types of parquet.

Stains on laminated parquet can affect the laminate layer, causing discoloration or dirt. The laminate itself is usually stain resistant.

On natural parquet:

  • Water-based stains: These can appear as dark spots or circles, especially if the liquid gets on the parquet and is absorbed into the wood layers. Stains can be of different sizes and shapes.
  • Oil-based stains: Oil stains can be lighter or darker stains that occur when an oily substance (eg cooking oil) gets on the parquet surface and remains there.

Stains on the surface of cork or other similar types of parquet can have a similar effect as on other types of parquet, but cork parquet has some special features that should be taken into account. Cork parquet has a porous structure, which means that it can absorb liquids quickly. This means that stains from liquids (such as wine, juice, oil, etc.) can be absorbed deeper into the surface layer of the cap, making it more difficult to remove stains.

Important! Do not try to remove the stain immediately with a solvent-based product first. Use a water-based cleaner instead.


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We advise you to read the frequently asked questions and perhaps you will find the answer for your question. Or send us your question by filling out the form below.

Parquet wear can occur as a result of long-term use, traffic and friction. This can be particularly evident in high-use areas such as hallways and living rooms. Such injuries cannot be repaired with this technology.

The parquet surface can expand or deform if it is exposed to excessive humidity or temperature fluctuations. This means that in this case the parquet must be replaced.

The duration of the repair depends on the type of damage. The repaired place can last forever, but if used intensively, then for a few years. Usually the damage wears evenly with the rest of the floor.

Yes. However, cleaning products containing solvents or alcohol should be avoided. Each patch or drawn pattern is covered with varnish.

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