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How to Clean Hardwood Floors: Must-Know Tricks

Keep hardwood floors looking good with smart cleaning methods that will make caring for your floors and maintaining their good looks even easier.

 

Prevent marks by using floor protectors under furniture and by using rugs in play areas to ensure children's toys don't scratch the floor. Hardwood floor cleaning and refinishing available for every type of wood floor including laminate and engineered.

 
 
Hardwood Floors: Basic Care

Speed up the cleaning process by first dusting the floor with a mop that has been treated with a dusting agent to pick up dust, dirt, and pet hair that might scratch the floor surface. For weekly or biweekly cleaning, vacuum with a floor-brush attachment on a vacuum cleaner or an electric broom sun city. Do not use a vacuum with a beater bar attachment, which can scratch a wood floor's finish. For quick dusting, use disposable electrostatic cloths, available at grocery and discount stores. Save money by using both sides of the disposable cloths surprise az.

Hardwood Floors: Deeper Cleaning

Dirt, oil, and grime build up over time and aren't completely removed by a weekly dust mopping. For occasional deep cleaning (consider doing the cleaning in the spring or just before the winter holidays), use a wood-cleaning product diluted according to the label instructions sun city. Saturate a sponge or rag mop in the water, then wring it almost dry so it feels only slightly damp to the touch. Damp-mop the floor, being careful to prevent standing water on the floor. Rinse with a clean mop dampened in clear water, but only if the cleaning product requires it. Wipe up excess liquid because standing water can damage wood surfaces. If the weather is humid, operate a ceiling fan or the air-conditioner to speed up drying.

Hardwood Floors: Removing Marks

Consider your floor's finish before trying to remove a mark. If the stain is on the surface, your floor probably has a hard finish, such as urethane. If the stain has penetrated through to the wood, the floor probably has a soft oiled finish -- common in older homes whose floors have not been refinished and resealed. Wipe surface stains from a hard finish with a soft, clean cloth surprise az. Never use sandpaper, steel wool, or harsh chemicals on such a surface because they can permanently damage the finish.

Call now for a free no obligation floor evaluation for all types including: Hardwood, laminate, pre and site finished and engineered flooring.

 

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