Once installed your hardwood floor will look beautiful, but time and traffic, stains
and spills, will take their toll.
So, you need a short course on taking care of your floor, and for that you’ve
come to the right place.
We want you to know all about hardwood maintenance because the more you know the
better able you’ll be to keep your floor looking new.
Wood is a natural, beautiful and timeless design element.
Consistent and correct maintenance will insure it remains that way.
Entrances are your first line of defense.
Place walk off mats or area rugs at each entryway to collect dirt and grit that
might be tracked in.
These tiny particles act like sandpaper and will scratch your floor.
Be sure to avoid using rubber-backed or non-ventilated mats or rugs as they can
damage your floor. Instead use mats or rugs made especially for hardwood floors
and remember to shake them out regularly.
In addition to entryways, remember to place mats in any areas where water may be
splashed, such as near a kitchen sink.
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