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How to Deep Clean Your Hardwood Floors

In the end, as you probably know, the floor that you walk on day to day is hardly your cheapest strength. Not only can it be a pricey part of your home, but it results in both the elegance and ambiance of your overall decor.

Before you consider a hardwood deep clean, you have to first know the basics of keeping your floor. Hardwood can endure for decades, frequently lasting across several generations. But its abiding character is just possible when the timber is maintained properly.

Daily Hardwood Maintenance

Remember; you should never depart dirt on hardwood because foot traffic can drive grit and dirt into the surface and cracks -- finally causing damage to the floor.

For your Everyday care, start with the following:

Broom
Vacuum
Dust Mop

One key note isn't to use too much water when cleaning the hardwood because excess moisture will
result in severe warping of the wood. Instead, use damp microfiber mops, which retain moisture to a minimum when consuming minor contaminants.

If you do happen to spill liquid onto your hardwood, wipe it up fast to prevent any damage.

Perhaps your hardwood has proceeded beyond the day-to-day maintenance threshold, and requires a thorough cleaning. If that is the case, simple maintenance might not be sufficient; your flooring may demand a deep cleansing and re-coat.

With our floor cleaning program, we could remove most surface material and buildup from you hardwood without harming any of the wood or original end. Key features of our deep cleaning and re-coating system are:

Adjustable solution controls for all types of hardwood
Versatile head pressures to accommodate any floor kind
Superbly accurate dilution of cleaning goods
Exclusive vacuum method to depart flooring completely dry
Following a thorough cleanse, we will then recoat your hardwood using a high quality polyurethane finish, which will either recover your flooring's authentic luster or alter the sheen entirely -- based upon your preference.

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