Wood Floor Cleaning Justin, TX
Justin Wood Floor Cleaning and Justin Hardwood Floor Cleaning
When Justin Wood Floor Cleaning and Justin Hardwood Floor Cleaning sees a scuffed up and weathered wood floor in a home, we know it’s only a matter of time before we let the homeowner see their floors once again look like new. If your home has hardwood flooring it was probably one of your favorite things about the home. That polished and buffed wood floor made the home look so much classier. But unfortunately, the polished and buffed look doesn’t last forever. Over time even a very well-loved wooden floor will start to show signs of wear and tear. You have to walk on your floors and when you do, the dirt and dust that are there will be as abrasive as sandpaper, digging and scratching into the wooden surface. The areas you will likely see this more pronounced will be the high-traffic areas like hallways, and the kitchen.
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So what is the key to knowing when to call the Wood Floor Cleaning services of Justin, Texas to your home? If you regularly look at your flooring and think that it’s not as nice looking as it used to be, it’s time to call. If you are noticing more and more scratches and scuffs, it’s time to call. Or if you just want to make sure your flooring stays as beautiful as it is and want to do some preventative care, give us a call. Most manufacturers say your hardwood floor should be kept on a pretty tight maintenance schedule including regular buffing, and periodic waxing (every 1-6 years). Here are some other tips to keep your wooden flooring looking good: Floor mats and rugs are a great way to keep your higher-traffic areas looking new, instead of being the first place looking scuffed and worn.
Instead of sliding furniture across the floor, put furniture pads, guards or pieces of fabric under the furniture legs before pushing it around, to avoid damaging your wooden flooring.
Keep the dirt off the floor. Dust and dirt on your wood floor will be stepped on, and each step will be like wiping sandpaper across the flooring as that debris cuts into the surface.
When vacuuming, don’t treat your wooden floors like a carpet. The beater bar portion of the vacuum can be damaging. Use a brush attachment instead.
Clean spills immediately. Liquid spills are especially damaging. If there are any weaknesses in the coating on your wood floor, the liquid will find it and sink in, possibly doing permanent damage.
If your floors are finished with a polyurethane coating, don’t wax them. Instead check with your manufacturer for better cleaning options.
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