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How Often Should I Re-oil My Oiled Wood Floor?
We recommend your floor is re-oiled every 6-12 months. However, the use of your floor depends on the frequency in which you will have to do this.
How Do I Clean My Wood Floor?
All our floors should be cleaned with a dry mop, avoid any harsh industrial chemicals as this may tarnish the appearance or damage your flooring in the long term.
How To Clean Engineered Wood Floors
Engineered wood floors can be a great addition to any home, but they do require regular cleaning and maintenance. To keep your engineered wood floors looking their best, here are a few tips for cleaning them: 1. Vacuum or sweep regularly to remove dirt, dust, and debris. 2. Use a damp mop or cloth to clean the surface. 3. Avoid using overly wet mops or cleaners, as this can damage the wood. 4. Use a mild detergent or wood cleaner to remove tough dirt and stains. 5. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials, as this can damage the wood. Following these simple tips can help keep your engineered wood floors looking great for years to come.
Can You Use A Steam Mop On Solid Wood Floors?
Yes, you can use a steam mop on solid wood floors. However, it is important to make sure your steam mop is designed for hardwood floors and to use the lowest setting when cleaning. Always test a small, inconspicuous area of the floor first and never let the steam mop sit on the wood for too long. This will help ensure that your wood floor is not damaged by the steam.
How To Clean Solid Wood Floors
Solid wood floors can be a beautiful addition to any home, but keeping them clean and looking their best requires special attention and care. The best way to clean your solid wood floors is to start by vacuuming or sweeping them thoroughly to remove any dirt or dust. Then, take a damp mop and use a wood cleaner to help remove any stuck-on dirt or grime. After cleaning, use a dry mop or cloth to remove any excess moisture and help restore the shine to your floors.
How To Fix Solid Wood Flooring
Solid wood flooring can be tricky to repair, but it's certainly possible! First, you'll need to identify the type of flooring you have - either engineered wood or solid wood - as the repair process will be different depending on the type. To repair solid wood flooring, you'll need to sand down the damaged area, fill any cracks or gaps, and then varnish or stain the area to match the existing floor. If you're not confident completing the repair yourself, it's always best to call in a professional.