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You should know different ways of floor care

Carpet Care

Let’s begin by saying that the essential thing you can do to prolong the life of your new, modern carpet or new rug is to vacuum it. Consistent vacuuming removes all nasty dirt particles that leave a carpet looking dingy over time and rub the fiber, which reduces its lifespan. Use a vacuum with a rotating brush or has a beater bar, which encourages the carpet tufts and unties the dirt and soil. If your space rug has a fringe, make sure it’s stitched on well and carefully use the vacuum.

If you have a thick flooring carpet and need to remove any tracks the vacuum makes, you may try vacuuming in a single direction and then pressing the carpet surface by hand. This process is not suitable for commercial vinyl flooring sheet.

You can help reduce wear in the carpet by occasionally alternating the furniture placement to change the flooring traffic lanes and allow the floor to wear more uniformly. Be sure to vacuum these specific areas more often to reduce dirt particles, leading to matting.

Laminate Flooring Care

Laminate floors give you years of strong flooring life if you follow some essential maintenance tips.

Start by vacuuming your laminate floor frequently using soft brush attachments. Wipe flooring with a damp cloth or a wet mop when needed.

Though the floors are highly durable, they can be scratched; you need to protect your floor from sand and sharp substances at all times. Always use handled pads or wide-based casters under all chair legs and furniture legs. While moving heavy substances across the laminate floor, be more careful and place walk-off rugs by all exterior entrances.

There are a few don’ts when it comes to the care of laminate floors, too. They must not be polished or waxed, and you never use harsh abrasive cleaners or steel wool on them. Moreover, never, ever try to sand or refinish a laminate floor.

Vinyl Flooring Care

Caring for a vinyl floor is relatively easy, but there are some basic rules.

Vacuum frequently removes grit and sand and occasionally wash your vinyl floor with the manufacturer’s recommended vinyl floor cleaner. Never use abrasive cleaners, detergents, soaps, paste waxes, or any random solvents.¬† To keep dust and grit from being tracked onto the vinyl floor, non-staining walk-off mats can place at every outside entry to the room.

Dull-looking vinyl floorings can restore to the original gloss with the floor manufacturer’s recommended floor polish – but first, you need to try cleaning to ensure a film on the floor is not producing dullness. With inexpensive PVC floors, you need to consider using 2-3 coats of polish. Any vinyl floor with a PVC wear layer like commercial vinyl flooring sheet shows scuffs, scrapes, and other marks easily, and adding the coats of polish, makes the vinyl floor easier to maintain.

When moving heavyweight things across a vinyl floor, place plywood sheets down the vinyl floor first and then move the thing over them.

Hardwood Flooring Care

To keep the hardwood floor looking beautiful, you need to follow some simple procedures.

Vacuum frequently uses, and non-staining mats use at the doorway to keep sand, grease, dirt, and oil outside.

To protect your hardwood floor’s texture, always use thick pads below furniture legs to help avoid scratching, and, however, keep your pet’s nails trimmed, too. Moreover, when moving any weighty objects such as furniture or appliances, use protective sheets of plywood on your hardwood floor.

When cleaning the hardwood floor, always use the floor manufacturer’s suggested cleaning procedures. Avoid water on the floor, also, as it causes the wood grain floor to rise or the panels to cup. Moreover, be very careful about exposure flooring to the sun, as UV rays do a similar thing to a hardwood floor that rays do to skin: fast-track the aging, which causes the wood flooring stain to change color.