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Repair minor scratches in a flash

At Parky, we make floors to live on, so go full steam ahead with real wood in your home. What if the unexpected happens? No problem! Parky Repair Pens are magic mark removers for veneer parquet. They come in boxes of one or two pens, depending on the shade of your floor.

How do you repair a scratch?

  1. Clean the area - First, clean the damaged area. By doing so, you will remove any loose fibres. Use a lint-free cloth.
  2. Retouch the colour - Use the colouring marker for this. It is important to work briskly and not to hold the pen for too long on the wood , as this can leave marks. You should always practice first on a piece of cardboard. Try do the colour retouching in small steps.
  3. Protect - You should always use a transparent varnish pen for this step. The aim of this step is to protect the damaged area from water and dirt. The protective layer also immediately restores the gloss level and makes the damage less visible under light. Move smoothly across the entire damaged area, including the edges. Try not to wipe too much as this leaves streaks and marks.
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    Repair Pen Set of 2 Ivory Oak / Essence Oak

    RP7364

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    Repair minor scratches in a flash

    At Parky, we make floors to live on, so go full steam ahead with real wood in your home. What if the unexpected happens? No problem! Parky Repair Pens are magic mark removers for veneer parquet. They come in boxes of one or two pens, depending on the shade of your floor.

    How do you repair a scratch?

    1. Clean the area - First, clean the damaged area. By doing so, you will remove any loose fibres. Use a lint-free cloth.
    2. Retouch the colour - Use the colouring marker for this. It is important to work briskly and not to hold the pen for too long on the wood , as this can leave marks. You should always practice first on a piece of cardboard. Try do the colour retouching in small steps.
    3. Protect - You should always use a transparent varnish pen for this step. The aim of this step is to protect the damaged area from water and dirt. The protective layer also immediately restores the gloss level and makes the damage less visible under light. Move smoothly across the entire damaged area, including the edges. Try not to wipe too much as this leaves streaks and marks.
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