How Often Do Hardwood Floors Need to Be Resealed?

Everything in your home needs to have a maintenance check every now and then. It is the same for your tiles, carpets, and even your hardwood floors. The task can feel daunting and there is always that nag in the back of your head which is telling you that it’s not that important. The thing is, if you don’t take care of your hardwood floors then they will wear down quicker and leave you with either a lifeless, chipped, and bowed floorboard, or you have to pay a ton of money to get the boards replaced. All of that faff …

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Why You Should Avoid Cleaning Hardwood Floors with Soap

Having Hardwood floors at home gives an aesthetic look to the rooms. Plus, they are very durable and require simple maintenance from time to time. By following straightforward steps and some precautions, you can make sure that your hardwood floor will always be shining and clean.  While there are various tools and cleaning products by which you can clean hardwood floors, there are certain products that you should completely avoid, and one of them is soap, especially if you want to maintain them for the long run (who doesnt’?!) To know why you should avoid cleaning hardwood floors with soap, …

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Why are My Hardwood Floors Still Dirty After Mopping?

Owning a house seems fun until you realise that it requires constant cleaning. You have to clean the kitchen, the bathroom, the garden – you name it, the cleaning seems endless. But do you know what makes it worse? Cleaning floors that never seem to look clean. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve cleaned it once or a hundred times in a day, it constantly looks dirty. With that in mind, you may be wondering why your hardwood floors are still clean after mopping. Well, here’s your answer. PS. If you have unsealed floors and are wondering if vinegar safe to …

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Effective Ways to Remove Wine Stains from Your Hardwood Flooring

Accidents can happen, especially if someone has gotten this buzz that wine is ever famous for.  Whether it was a mindless wave of a hand, a bottle or glass slipping onto the ground, or someone tipping a glass over, hope is not lost, and you can stop the wine from staining your beautiful flooring with the following steps. Wood Floors Cleaner is here with detailed steps for you to follow: For Fresh Spills The first scenario we’ll discuss is in the case that wine was just spilled and the stain is fresh. In other words, when the stain didn’t have …

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Why is My Wood Floor Sticky After Mopping?

If your wooden floor feels sticky after mopping it is likely due to one of the following reasons. It may be because you have used the incorrect cleaning product. If you are faced with a stubborn stain you will require the use of a cleaner with a stronger chemical content. However, many solutions are mildly formulated, and whilst they will be effective in removing lighter stains, they are going to be less effective in removing tougher stains that require a specially formulated product. When trying to combat any type of stain on your wooden flooring, it is important to pay …

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Is Nature’s Miracle Safe for Hardwood Floors?

Many different products are sold by Nature’s Miracle. They are all designed to help clean your floors that have been covered in pet urine. They have been one of the leading brands in the pet mess cleaning product arena for over 35 years. Nature’s Miracle Hard Floor Stain and Odor Remover has been specially designed for use on hard floorings, such as wood. The formula is bio-enzymatic and helps to penetrate the surface deeply to provide a full clean, which protects the natural finish of the flooring. The spray can be used on sealed wood, vinyl, linoleum, ceramic tile, and …

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Ruining Your Hardwood Floors by Using the Wrong Cleaners

Hardwood floors are beautiful installations that add character to any room. Moreover, they’re meant to last for decades with proper care. When I first moved into my new apartment and had my hardwood floors installed, I thought cleaning them would be a simple task. After all, what harm could water and soup do? Yet over the years, I’ve found out that it’s easier than you think to ruin your hardwood floors if you’re not careful with the type of cleaner you’re using.  That’s why in this article, I’ve gathered 6 common cleaners that cause implicit damage to hardwood floors that …

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Why You Should Stay Away from Acidic Cleaners on Your Hardwood Floor

Your hardwood floor has accumulated dust and dirt over time, and it’s time for a cleaning. However, you’re unsure about the type of cleaner you should choose from the endless choices available.  Can you use the same cleaner you’d use on a ceramic or vinyl floor or not? Do you need a specially-formulated cleaning solution, or does any multi-purpose cleaner do the trick? We’ll explain the different types of floor cleaners, which types can be used safely on hardwood floors, which types to avoid ,and why you should stay away from acidic cleaners.  By the way, if you want to …

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Hardness of Pine Flooring

Whether you’re preparing a new place or renovating your old one, you must be tired of hearing all the talk about whether the hardness of your floors matter and which ones are the best when it comes to combining hardness and aesthetics. Pine flooring isn’t the hardest out there, but it definitely looks classy and elegant with its various, unique patterns. But, does its hardness work well for you? We’ll explore in this article. What Is Floor Hardness and What Does It Signify? The hardness of a wood flooring is measured by the Janka Scale, which tests how much force …

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What Are Flush Mount Vents?

So you’ve done installing your perfect hardwood flooring and feel like something is missing? Yes, the vents! Although most people don’t give them a second glance, they can make a huge difference in your house’s decoration.  Flush mount vents, in particular, can be your best choice to add glamour to your house’s interior design, conceal the unsightly air conditioning ducts in the floor, and balance your home’s temperature. But what exactly are they? Why are they better than their self-rimming counterparts? And how to choose them? These are the questions we’re going to answer in this article, so keep reading …

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