How to repair your laminate or hardwood floor

Rain or shine, Quick-Step’s quality floors are very resilient. However, accidents will happen, so it’s good to know you can repair your laminate or hardwood floor yourself. Quick-Step takes you through the process, step by step.

How to repair your laminate or hardwood floor

A practical repair kit

Scratches or small cracks can turn into gouges and really shorten the lifespan of your laminate or hardwood floor. Luckily, light damage can be fixed with the Quick-Step Repair Kit, which includes a melting knife, a cleaning comb and several wax blocks.

Light or heavy damage

To fix light damage, simply use one of the seven wax pieces in the Quick-Step Repair Kit to recreate the original colour of your damaged floor planks. Heavy damage, however, may require you to replace one or more planks. Thanks to Quick-Step’s patented Uniclic and Uniclic Multifit systems, this is a piece of cake.

Watch and learn

Spotted a scratch or crack? Don’t hesitate to repair light damage as soon as it occurs. Watch theinstructive video on how to use the Quick-Step Repair Kit. You’ll be fixing your floor in no time. And if you can’t figure out which wax colours you need to mix to repair your floor colour, you can always rely on these detailed colour tables, both for Laminate and Hardwood floors.