Cypress, walnut and hickory are all included in a variety of hardwoods. To any home, I am sure hardwood floors which have installed will be adding charm. Hardwood floors are an expensive investment in addition to their beauty, so it is important to care for them properly; they will remain attractive for a lifetime when you are cared for and maintained properly. The result in irreversible damage or discoloration to the wood could be happened if you are using the wrong cleaning products or methods on your hardwood floors. Often overpriced, hardwood floor cleaning products are very expensive. No matter whether it is finished, waxed or natural hardwood floors you have ones in your home, a mild cleaner and a gentle cleaning method is always be the best way to clean your hardwood floors.
To clean your hardwood floors, you must be following the instructions below:
Things you will need: Vacuum cleaner, soft brush attachment or soft broom, bucket, soft cloths, mop and 1 cup of white vinegar.
- Take a soft brush attachment then you should have to vacuum the floor with it. If you don’t have soft brush attachment, you can simply use a soft broom to remove the surface of your hardwood floor from dust and dirt.
- Take a bucket and fill it with warm water. Take a soft cloth or mop then dip it into the bucket and wring it out well.
- With a bucket of warm water, mop and wipe your hardwood floor carefully. Avoid the water dry onto the hardwood floor by working in sections. You need to often wringing out the cloth or mop after has rinsed.
- You need to remove moisture on your hardwood floors, all you have to do is take a clean soft cloth and dry the each sections of your hardwood floor promptly.
- Mix 1 gallon of warm water and 1 cup of white vinegar if your hardwood floors are especially dirty and require a deeper cleaning. Take a mop or simply a cloth then dip it into the vinegar solution and wring it out well. Work in small sections, wipe or mop your hardwood floors with the vinegar mixture then often rinse and wring out the cloth or mop. Take a soft cloth to promptly buff each section of your hardwood floor.
– To clean your hardwood floors, you need to use as little water or liquid as possible. Your mop or cloth should only be damp and not dripping wet. Damage that caused from exposing your hardwood floors to excessive amounts of water should be avoided. To clean your hardwood floors, do not ever use ammonia, soaps, or even detergents.