Maintaining Hardwood Floors
By taking the correct amount of care and attention, hardwood flooring will stay as beautiful and lustrous as the first day you installed them. Cleaning them isn’t necessarily hard workif you know what yor’re doing , it’s how you clean them and what you use that’s important. Arm yourself with a strong vacuum, some hardwood-
First, make your self a cleaning schedule, ideally, you should be vacuuming and dusting on a daily not weekly basis. Once a week, you should do a full vacuuming or comprehensive dry sweep. At the end of the month, switch to your steam floor cleaner and microfiber cloth to catch any built up dirt before it gets into cracks or crevices that aren’t visible to the naked eye.
Now, with all of this said, you should still invest in a professional floor cleaning buffer and/or maintenance coat for your hardwood floors every three years. You may want to refinish your floors if they’re looking dull and you’ve had them for any years. Check out www.eco-
What NOT to do to Hardwood Floors
What you Should do for Hardwood Floors
Lastly, please pay attention to any incense, aerosols, candles, and any other fragrances you fill your home with, as harsh chemicals can potentially fade/damage floors over time if they are under constant exposure.
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