Laminate flooring is an artificial substance that looks like wood or other flooring materials, giving the same luxurious feeling like an original floor. A layering method joins many layers together. Currently, they are regarded as a low-cost yet appealing flooring alternative. They may be found in the house’s living area, kitchen, dining room, bedrooms, and corridors. They’re unsuitable for bathrooms or laundry since they get damaged with extreme exposure to water. Following the basic cleaning and stain treatment recommendations, these floors are highly resilient and comparatively easy to maintain.
Cleaning Tools One Should Have
- Microfiber Cloth
- Angled Brooms
- Cleaning Solution for Laminate
- Cleaning Pail / Bucket
- Sponge or Flat Mop
- Upright Vacuum or Robot Vacuum
- Cleaning Solution for Laminate Floors
It is critical not to over-wet laminate flooring to avoid everyday cleaning. Instead, sweep using a soft-bristled broom regularly. An angled brush can help remove pet hair from baseboards and dust. A vacuum cleaner or a robot vacuum with a soft brush that defends the floor from scratches can be used.
Now and again, you should deep clean the floor using a mop. You can only clean with a moist mop and tepid water with a cleaning solution designed exclusively for laminate flooring. Avoid using strong chemicals if you don’t have a laminate floor cleaning solution. Instead, dilute a baby shampoo or a teaspoon of dish soap with hot water. Keep in mind that minimum water exposure is essential. After cleaning, use a microfiber towel to dry the floor. Avoid using harsh chemicals/cleansers that include oil.
Following these tips can help you improve the life of your laminate flooring. For further guidance, call us at (469) 260-9790. Our experts are always available and eager to help you to the highest service standards.