How to Care for Your Engineered Wood Flooring

When it comes to flooring one of the biggest questions that people ask is how to take care of your Engineered Wood Flooring. There are so many different flooring types and styles out there that it can be difficult to know which ones are right for you. If you are unsure about what type of wood flooring would look best in your home, then ask around. Friends, neighbours, co-workers, and other individuals you trust will be happy to help you. If you have never used specific care products on your wood flooring before, it may be worth talking to a professional to see what they would recommend.

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One thing that you should never do when caring for your wood floors is to use any type of cleaning product without checking and making sure that they are safe for you and your family. Although most Wood Flooring cleaning products claim that they are safe, it is still a good idea to read the label and if possible, go into further detail with the manufacturer. Most people think that cleaning flooring that is covered in oak wood is not as dirty as cleaning a floor that is covered in tile or vinyl. That is not true as Engineered Wood Flooring can take a lot of abuse from furniture such as tables and chairs so you really need to make sure that you are using the right care products for your floors.

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The easiest way to care for your Flooring is by wiping it down weekly with a dry, damp cloth. You don’t want to use anything too abrasive as this could scratch the flooring causing dulling and peeling. It is a great choice for people that want a traditional flooring style but do not want the expense of real wood flooring. This type of flooring can also be used on top of tile or vinyl floors.


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