Repairing Pergo Water Damage

Water damage to Pergo, what to do?
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How to Stop a Pergo Floor From Warping
Pergo is a brand of laminate flooring made up of several layers of materials bonded together to form a long-lasting surface. The flooring is durable, easy to care for and stain-resistant but is susceptible to water damage. Water on the surface and excess humidity in the room can make it warp or buckle. Take extra care when installing Pergo in bathrooms, kitchens and basements. Correct installation and upkeep in any room can keep damage to the flooring at bay.
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How to clean your laminate flooring  
Damp mop the floor only when needed. Use Pergo All-round Floor Cleaner and Pergo mop cloth. Damp the mop cloth with warm water and Pergo All-round Floor Cleaner (mix 2 capfuls of Pergo All-round Floor Cleaner (use the cap of the bottle) in 10 liter water). Mix carefully according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Do not overdose. Used mop shallbe washed according to labelling in 60 °C without any additives. Do not work in larger areas than 15 – 20 m2 at a time. Make sure the floor is dry after damp mopping.