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Clean Your Wood Floors the Right Way

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Nothing makes a home look more beautiful and inviting than gleaming hardwood floors. But keeping them looking their best can be a challenge. If you're wondering how to clean wood floors without damaging them, you've come to the right place. In this blog post, we'll give you some floor cleaning advice that will keep your wood floors looking fabulous for years to come. Read on to learn more! The main part of our floor care tips is really about how to clean your floor, as this is often the bit people get wrong. You should of course use a specialist Wood Floor Cleaner, however where most people make a mistake is then using this with a mop and bucket. The problem with a mop and bucket is its difficult to control how much cleaner you put on the floor, and its unfortunately easy to apply too much. If you wet the floor too much the joints in the floor will absorb the liquid and can swell; long term these areas can warp and shrink. To avoid this, clean the floor using a Spray Mop. With these mops you can apply a controlled amount of Wood Floor Cleaner onto the floor so that you never wet it too much. The mops are also very economical with the amount of cleaner they use which means they are kinder to both your bank balance and the environment! Once you have sprayed your whole floor with cleaner, leave it for around 5 minutes so that the cleaner has time to work into all those tricky nooks and crannies and loosen all that dirt. After 5 minutes has elapsed, go over your whole floor with a dry microfiber flat mop head or cloth until its completely dry – if any moisture is left on the surface of the wood it can cause damage so make sure its totally dry before moving on! Now sit back and admire your beautiful clean wood floors – they should look good as new!

Conclusion:

Cleaning your wood floors doesn't have to be difficult or time-consuming. By following our simple tips, you can keep them looking fabulous for years to come. So what are you waiting for? Get out there and start cleaning!