This simple appearance can be combined with absolutely every room concept and every furnishing style.
At first glance, you can see: The mafi "OAK Clear" will impress you with its unobtrusiveness.
As a “fillet piece” of the tree, it has almost no knots or cracks in its surface and therefore gives every room a very calm atmosphere.
This simple appearance can be combined with absolutely every room concept and every furnishing style. From classic to modern to Scandi Chic, it readily adapts to the conditions.
However, the mafi “OAK Clear” radiates cosiness and security because the beautiful grain and the unadulterated colour nuances of the natural-oiled wood surface are still noticeable and give every room comfort and warmth.
The best way to create an exciting room concept is to combine it with a bright interior that stands out. Both the furnishings and the floor remain equally important. The floor is still an eye-catcher in itself and the furniture can stand out visually from the colour of the wood surface. Modern armchairs in light pastel shades or a white kitchen block are therefore particularly attractive.
The mafi “OAK Clear” is a floor that will work for decades and grow with time and various furniture trends. A parquet floor that cannot be any more timeless.
The natural mafi care soap is used for the cleaning and simultaneous care of mafi parquet. The wooden floor soap cleans and maintains the floor at the same time. The oils contained in the soap penetrate into the open-pored wood surface and thus contribute to the care and self-regeneration of the floor.
If the soap is used regularly, the parquet remains resistant to stains and retains its beautiful appearance. The water that penetrates into the wood during wiping can easily escape thanks to the open-pored surface and thus improves the indoor climate. Some stains can easily be treated with hot water and pure mafi soap. The hot water lets the dirt come to the surface. This can then be removed effortlessly with a cotton cloth. An uncomplicated floor for many years.