Hardwood floors are great for the home, and because of their beauty, houses which have this kind of flooring are considered more valuable. This flooring is usually shiny and keeping it that way is not a problem as vacuuming and sweeping are the only things you should do. Until it eventually lose its natural shine, that is when it is good to use a product like the Orange Glo Hardwood Floor Refinisher.
To quote from the maker’s official website, FloorCare.com, Orange Glo Hardwood Floor Refinisher is “a clear, quick- drying topcoat that is formulated to be stronger and more durable than most polishes. The… Continue readingLearn More
The old way of cleaning wood flooring using wood soap is already obsolete, but some homeowners are behind the times still using it. Wit
h newer kinds of hardwood flooring making way into American homes, more ways of maintaining floors have been devised rendering the old cleaners no longer fit for use. Using the wrong type of floor cleaner may lead to more costly maintenance procedures or worse, can cause irreversible damage to the floor, and can render the warranty void. If you want to find out what to look for in a hardwood floor cleaner appropriate for use for… Continue readingLearn More
You have invested in your hardwood flooring and we know you will do almost anything to keep it in mint condition. That is why you welcome products that help make maintaining your investment a cinch. One of the leading cleaning agents in the market today and highly recommended by several wood installers is Bona hardwood floor cleaner. It comes in a 32-ounce bottle spray and in a 128-ounce container that is ready to use as refill. Its manufacturer claims it to have no dulling residue and to be safe for your wood floors, your family and the environment. Let’s see what homeowners who have tried this product have to say about it.
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Some people choose hardwood flooring not only because it looks great but because it is also good for our health as there are no formaldehyde chemicals such as what carpets are filled with. But if you’ve never had hardwood floors before, you will need to know how to clean hardwood floors otherwise run the risk of damaging your expensive new floors.
1. Sweep constantly – Dirt and sand no matter how small, can scratch hardwood floors. This is why it is extremely important to sweep daily and remove those particles off of the floor.
2. Never use excessive water on your floors for cleaning – If you need to use water for cleaning, make sure the mop is well… Continue readingLearn More
Hardwood floors are not only a fashion statement but give a home a warm and welcoming look that only wood can offer. Despite the timeless beauty it brings, a lot of homeowners hesitate to use hardwood flooring because of the tedious process to maintain it. Contrary to most people’s notion, cleaning hardwood floors is relatively easy when consistency in care is done on a daily basis.
There are different types of hardwood floors: Unfinished, Prefinished, Solid Engineered, and Acrylic Impregnated. They also come in different brands such as Bruce, Pergo, etc. And because each has its own distinct features, no one cleaning method would apply for all. Different types of cleaning supplies can be found in the market that sometimes we get confused on what… Continue readingLearn More
Bruce hardwood floors, produced by Armstrong Corporation, come in to basic types: Bruce Dura-Luster floors and Bruce Dura-Satin floors. They have different maintenance and care requirements. The Luster variety is a no-wax product with a factory finish while the Satin type is best sealed and shielded by wax. Proper maintenance will help to prolong the lifespan of your elegant wood floors. Follow these easy steps on how to care for them.
1. Before it fixes on the surface of the floor, take out any extra adhesive from the hardwood floor’s surface that may have been left after it has been installed. This is made easier with the use of an adhesive remover applied to… Continue readingLearn More