How to keep floors clean and in good condition?

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Tips for keeping floors clean and in good condition

Keeping floors clean and in good condition is essential to the appearance and functionality of your home. With a wide range of surfaces, it can be challenging to know how to properly care for each type of floor. In this article, we’ll give you practical tips for the care and cleaning of your floors, from general techniques to specific strategies for wood, tile, vinyl, stone and laminate. Discover how to protect your floors from damage and ensure a clean and inviting home for you and your family.
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Wood floors

  • Use a microfiber mop lightly dampened with a specific wood cleaner.
  • Avoid using excessive water and abrasive products that can damage the finish.

Ceramic tile floors

  • Sweep or vacuum floors to remove dirt and then clean with warm water and a mild detergent.
  • Use a soft bristle brush to clean the joints between tiles.

Vinyl floors

  • Clean vinyl floors with a mixture of warm water and white vinegar.
  • Avoid using products containing wax, as they can leave a sticky residue on the surface.

Natural stone floors

  • Use a neutral cleaner specifically for natural stone and warm water to clean the floors.
  • Dry the floors with a clean, dry cloth to avoid water spots.

Laminate floors

  • Sweep or vacuum floors to remove dirt and then wipe with a mop lightly dampened with water and a mild detergent.
  • Avoid excess water and be sure to dry the floors completely after cleaning.
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TIPS

Regular sweeping

Sweep or vacuum floors regularly to remove dirt, dust and debris that can accumulate and scratch the surface.

Doormats at the entrance

Place doormats at the front entrance and all exterior doors to trap dirt and moisture before it enters the house and reaches the floor.

Clean up spills immediately

Wipe up spills as soon as they occur with a soft, damp cloth. This will help prevent stains and damage to the floor.

Use appropriate cleaning products

Use specific cleaning products for the type of floor you have, avoiding those that may damage the surface.

Avoid saturation with water

Avoid over-wetting floors, especially those sensitive to water such as wood, as excess moisture can cause damage.

Microfiber mops

Use microfiber mops for more effective cleaning, as they trap dirt and dust more efficiently than cotton rags.

Proper drying

After cleaning, be sure to dry floors thoroughly to avoid stains and water marks.

Scratch protection

Place felt pads on furniture legs to prevent scratches and marks when moving furniture.

Regular maintenance

Perform regular maintenance on floors according to the manufacturer’s recommendations to prolong their life and maintain their original appearance.

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