Many friends around me have installed wooden floors in their homes. Many people like the strong design, comfortable and warm texture of the wooden floor. However, the wood floors need to be more dedicated to maintenance and care in the later stage. If you ask a home improvement company or a cleaner to clean and wax every time, you will have to spend a lot of money on a trip. Its solid wood floor maintenance can be easily solved at home, where it takes so much trouble!
1. Dust removal broom/vacuum cleaner
2. Fiber cloth/fiber mop
3. Wooden floor cream/wood floor essential oil
Let’s start doing it afterwards. First, use a dust broom to clean the floor to clean up hair, paper scraps, dust and other garbage. For the dust and dirt in the cracks of the wooden floor, you can use a vacuum cleaner to remove it.
Then use a semi-dry/wrung mop or fiber cloth to clean. At this time, you must pay attention to control the water volume, pay attention to the water volume, pay attention to the water volume (the important thing is said three times) because the wooden floor is very afraid of water, if it is not for a long time If you pay attention to this detail, don’t be surprised that one day you will find your wooden floor bulges. If the floor is still visibly wet after cleaning, remember to wipe it with a dry cloth or dry mop.
Then apply wood floor essential oil/wood floor cream on the fiber cloth or fiber mop, and wipe the floor with a sanding gesture until the wood floor is smooth and comfortable.
The last step is to keep the room ventilated and dry, and let the floor dry naturally. At this time, the wood floor essential oil cream can be reused.
Tips for maintaining wooden floors
1. Dip a rag into the rice water and wipe it directly on the floor, or spray the rice water evenly on the wooden floor (not too much), wipe it with a dry cloth after 5 minutes, the floor will be much cleaner.
2. Expired milk raised wooden floors. After the milk expires, the taste will become sour and the lactic acid content in the milk will increase. Lactic acid is a natural detergent. Protein and fat can also maintain the floor and form a protective film. The fat in milk also helps restore the gloss of the floor. Pour the expired milk into the basin, add twice as much water to dilute, and wipe it with a towel.