When you're short on time and someone's coming over, it's easy to grab the mop. Doing so can lead to several issues.
Eylor advises vacuuming loose dirt and dust before cleaning. This will prevent small particles from burrowing into hardwood floors during cleaning.
Small, loose particles can wedge into grooves and make floor cleaning harder when water is employed.
Oil-based finishes for hardwood floors keep the surface flexible and attractive while adding lustre. However, this flooring needs careful maintenance.
Flooring with a lacquer finish is more expensive. While waterproofing and fast drying are advantages of this surface type, cleaning it requires care.
Cleaning hardwood floors is an essential component of maintenance, but you can also protect them.