How to Clean Hardwood Floors
* Vacuum, dust mop or sweep wood floors. Use vacuums and brooms that will not scratch the finish. There are many on the market that will work well.
* Small dust particles and dirt can act like sand paper on a wood
floor and dull the finish over time.
To spot clean a hardwood floor:
1. Apply cleaner to a clean cloth and rub the spot.
To clean a hardwood floor:
1. Dust mop, sweep or vacuum to remove any loose dirt or
debris from the floor.
If you don't already have a good mop, we recommend one of
our quality floor mops for effortless cleaning. Manufactures recommend using
a dry mop pad with only the suggested floor cleaner. If you do dampen the pad it is vital that you always make sure to wring it out as dry as
You never want standing water on your hardwood floor.
NOTE: A popular question from our customers has been
about Steam Mops. It is NOT recommended that you use any type of steam mop on
your hardwood floor.
2. Spray the cleaner from a standing position directly on
the floor or spray it onto your mop, whichever is easier for you. Clean using a
back and forth motion while applying some pressure to get the floor squeaky
3. When your mop cover gets dirty either rinse it out or
replace it with a clean one and continue. (Again, make sure to wring out
4. That's it! No rinsing,
no drying. Simple. Any moisture should evaporate within a minute or so. If not, there may be to much moisture on the floor.
All our mops are top of the line products. We carry
different sizes and styles in order to meet the needs of our customers.
In addition, we carry all the extra mops covers for each
Cleaning hardwood floors has never been easier!