Regular Maintenance Regime for Solid Wood Flooring

shutterstock_1084621244A normal cleaning routine will help keep your solid hardwood floors looking perfect. But, it is important to make sure you’re using the ideal cleaning agent to protect your flooring’s finish.

Oiled flooring ranges have to be cleaned with the oil-based cleaner to nourish your wood and preserve the finish. To be safe, we recommend using specialist wood floor cleaners where possible.

Some household cleaning agents contain dangerous chemicals which can affect the overall look of your flooring. Bleach, particularly, is a really powerful detergent with the capability to permanently deface your flooring, leaving a white film over the surface. If at all unsure, check the labelling or request a professional prior to applying.

 Which Cleaning Agent is best for Solid Wood Flooring?

The Impero Universal Floor Cleaner is an excellent all-round professional wood flooring cleaner, suitable for many solid wood flooring types. As a highly concentrated, organic detergent, it performs well on lacquered, oiled and unfinished flooring.

The integrated spray system evenly distributes the cleaner to get the perfect protection, whilst the machine-washable microfiber cleaning pad makes simple work of catching any stubborn grime. Eliminating the need to carry extra gear, the all in one spray spout requires the effort out of cleaning.

The integrated spray system evenly spreads the cleaner to get the ideal protection, whilst the machine-washable microfiber cleansing pad makes easy work of capturing any stubborn grime. Eliminating the requirement to take extra gear, the all in one spray spout requires the effort out of cleaning.

Fixing Spillages and Preventing Excessive Water

As mentioned before, solid hardwood floors doesn’t cope well with water.

As the largest threat to strong wood, it may cause the floors to lift, warp or even crack. We strongly advise against matching in a toilet or kitchen because of the large risk associated with these areas.

All spillages will need to be tended to as swiftly as possible. These won’t carry extra water or trickle across your floors.

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