To keep your new hardwood floors looking their best for many years to come, it's important to establish a daily care routine, as well as preventative maintenance. Learn more below.
Sweep your hardwood floors several times a week, how often will depend on how much foot traffic the room receives. You can also dry mop your hardwood floors.
Place doormats at the entryways of your home to reduce the amount of dirt and debris tracked onto your floors, and it's best to remove shoes upon entering your home.
spills & stains
No matter how careful you are, spills are inevitable. Reacting quickly can prevent your spill from staining your hardwood.
For liquid spills, immediately wipe the area dry with a clean cloth to soak up all the liquid. For dry spills, sweep the area. You can use a damp cloth to wipe up any residue. Be careful not to let liquids pool, which can warp or bow your floors. If a stain persists, use a manufacturer-recommended product on the area.