Cleaning laminate floors is quite easy. Check out how to clean laminate floors.

Cleaning Laminate Floors

Laminate flooring not only looks extremely good, but is also very durable. However, if you want to install this flooring in your house, it is very necessary to be aware of the ways to clean and maintain it. If you know the correct way of taking care of laminate flooring, it will retain its new and beautiful look for a long period of time, after its installation. The best part of maintaining it is that you do not need to spend too much money. A few basic items and the correct knowledge can go a long way in preserving the look of your laminate floors. In the following lines, we have given some important tips on cleaning laminate floors, with the aim of helping you out.
How to Clean Laminate Floors
Items Needed 
  • Dustmop
  • Vacuum Cleaner (with soft brush attachment)
  • Sponge Mop
  • Bucket
  • Liquid Soap
  • Warm Water 
  • First of all, you need to sweep the floor with a dustmop. This will help get rid of loose dust/debris.
  • Next, plug in your vacuum cleaner into the power socket and putting on the soft brush attachment, vacuum the floor.
  • Take a bucket of warm water and add a few drops of liquid soap to it, forming a soapy solution.
  • Dip the sponge mop in the soapy solution and wring out excess water. Run the mop over a section of the floor.
  • Rinse mop in clean water and repeat the above-mentioned step in the same section of the floor.
  • Repeating the above two steps, cover the entire floor. 
Some Tips 
  • Try to avoid using a broom to sweep a laminate floor, since it can leave scratches on the latter.
  • Laminate floor can get stained easily. So, make sure to remove spills immediately, by wiping them with a paper towel or soft cloth.
  • It is advisable not to use a mop and shine product, wax or a vegetable oil-based product to clean the laminate floor. They can leave a dull surface on the latter.
  • Never ever use steel wool or scratchy scouring pads for cleaning laminate floors, as they can damage the laminate panels.
  • Avoid using lacquer or any type of refinishing product on your floors, as these products will only cause damage to them.

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