Important Steps for Cleaning Hardwood Floors in Long Island

long island hardwood floor refinishing - Barry's MycarpetsHardwood flooring is a popular choice for its alluring antique look, as well as its timelessness, natural look, and environmental-friendliness. However, maintaining hard wood flooring comes with its set of challenges which can be resolved through proper care, thus increasing the durability of the flooring.

For wood, excess water is an enemy. Wet patches tend to stain the Hardwood flooring and further result in warped boards. The correct method of mopping can go a long way in prolonging the life and beauty of your wooden floor. Here are some useful tips to help you maintain your hardwood floors.

Preventive Measures for Hardwood Floors

Reduce your wood floor cleaning time by introducing some smart preventive measures. Position doormats, both inside and outside the room to lessen the dirt that comes in with your shoes when you walk through the door. During rainy or snowy weather, create a footwear removal area to prevent the damage from water. Prevent permanent marks by using floor protectors under the furniture and by placing rugs in the play area to ensure that your children don’t scratch the wood floor.

Hardwood Floor: Deep Cleaning

Oil, dirt and grime build up over time and become hard to remove with just weekly dust mopping. For occasional deep cleaning, saturate a sponge in water than wring it almost dry, but slightly damp when touched.

If you use a wet mop on the floor, make sure there is no standing water. In humid weather, switch on the fan or an air-conditioner in the room to speed up drying of the floor. For more know about Our Carpet Flooring services so you move on personal website www.barrysmycarpets.com

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