Three causes of laminate floor discoloration
Discoloration caused by unqualified laminate flooring anti-fouling
The main reason for laminate floors’ unqualified anti-fouling is that the surface is made of melamine wear-resistant layer. When the temperature of the drying process or storage environment is too high, the melamine on the floor surface is pre-cured, and the fluidity of the melamine is reduced during the hot pressing process. The surface of the laminate floor will have many tiny pores, and dirt will enter the tiny pores of the floor in future use, causing the floor to discolor.
The laminate floor’s decorative paper is discolored.
The laminate flooring decorative layer is made of decorative paper. The anti-discoloration ability of this layer of decorative paper varies due to the different production processes of decorative paper manufacturers. Some factories produce paper that is highly resistant to discoloration. Even if exposed to sunlight for an extended period of time, there will be slight discoloration, but the discoloration is not obvious and can be ignored; decorative paper produced by some factories has poor anti-discoloration ability, and will cause serious discoloration during use under the influence of sunlight. reaction.
The discoloration caused by the laminate floor’s moisture
When the laminate floor is in use, if water vapor enters the floor and causes it to become damp, it will appear discolored, and the edge and surface of the laminate floor will appear bulging at the same time. The cause of this issue is either that the ground is extremely wet or that the moisture-proofing work was not done properly during installation. This situation can be avoided if the moisture-proofing work is done correctly.