It would be easy to lay some wood effect laminate on my new cement floor. Cheap as well as I'm going to need about 60m2 of it. I just hate the way it looks and feels though. Everyone says how great modern laminate looks but the stuff just depresses me. So I've looked into using real timber and it's quite expensive. Even cheap reclaimed pine is around £60 pm2. I want to do the following, which has disaster written all over it, but hey: Lay down DPM: https://www.screwfix.com/p/stikatak...wood-laminate-flooring-underlay-3mm-10m/41337 Buy and float this: https://www.savoytimber.com/catalog...oove-redwood-timber-floorboard/category/1337/ Three/four coats of this: https://www.screwfix.com/p/liberon-hard-wax-oil-for-wooden-furniture-floors-matt-2-5ltr/5182f I know people are going to say that the wood will just be destroyed, but when I've look at reclaimed stuff at £400 pm2, it looks similar just, er, older. I suppose I'm going to do it, just after any advice on how to minimise the inevitable. I'll post pics.