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Hardwood Care

Cleaning wood floors is easy. Regular maintenance includes sweeping with a soft bristle broom or dusting with a dry microfiber mop. If the floor has beveled edges, vacuum with the beater bar turned off to remove dust from between the floor boards. Clean the floors periodically with a professional wood floor cleaning product recommended by a wood flooring professional.

Recommended Maintenance Schedule

Daily: Sweep or dust mop
Weekly: Vacuum using the bare floor setting
Monthly: Clean with recommended wood flooring cleaner
Every 3 - 5 Years: Maintenance coat
Every Few Decades: Sand and refinish

Engineered Wood Care

Cleaning engineered wood is easy, just get up all the dust by sweeping or vacuuming (when vacuuming make sure your vacuum is set to floor mode), follow by damp mop in order to pick up any small or loose debris (do not leave any excess water on floor, dry with cloth). For those stubborn stain, use manufacturers recommended cleaners. Speak with your representative about cleaning kits and recommendation. These steps should keep your floor looking sharp for years to come.

LVT - WPC Floor Care

Cleaning engineered wood is easy, just get up all the dust by sweeping or vacuuming (when vacuuming make sure your vacuum is set to floor mode), follow by a damp mop with a neutral detergent or if machine cleaning (no greater than 175rpm) use a 3M red pad (or equivalent) or scrubber dryer to clean the floor. For those stubborn stains spot cleaning with concentrated neutral detergent and a 3M red pad (or equivalent). If any of the above recommendations do not help, please consult a professional cleaning consultant.

Laminate Floor Care

Cleaning engineered wood is easy, just get up all the dust by sweeping or vacuuming (when vacuuming make sure your vacuum is set to floor mode), follow by a damp mop with a neutral detergent or if machine cleaning (no greater than 175rpm) use a 3M red pad (or equivalent) or scrubber dryer to clean the floor. For those stubborn stains spot cleaning with concentrated neutral detergent and a 3M red pad (or equivalent). If any of the above recommendations do not help, please consult a professional cleaning consultant.

Carpet Care

Take better care of your carpets, rugs, tapestries, and upholstery. Having them professionally cleaned once every twelve to eighteen months improves sanitation and increases the life of your furniture. Treat spots immediately. This helps you avoid permanent stains or spots. Avoid chemical treatments that may be damaging. Start with cold water, and in most cases, a little baking soda works.

Know your carpet. Before buying, ask if it's treated with moth repellent and if it resists soil and stains. Some carpets are dry cleaning only. Make sure you know the warranty for your carpet. The most efficient way to clean, disinfect, and sanitize carpets, rugs, tapestry, and upholstery is the highpowered water extraction method, especially when the equipment is truck-mounted. These powerful units steam clean and remove the water. Quicker than many traditional processes, it doesn't leave chemical residue behind. If any of the above recommendations do not help, please consult a professional cleaning consultant.

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