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How do you clean and restore hardwood floors?
It is a very time intensive process. Rent a floor scrubber with a sanding pad. Use the scubber to sand off the old finish. Vacuum the dust. Mop with clear water, but don't get it too wet. Let it dry completely. Apply stain and varnish (or a one step stain/varnish) that is suitable for wood floors.
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For an easy and cheap floor cleaning alternative try mixing 1/2 cup of white vinegar to 1 gallon of warm water. This method of using vinegar to clean hardwood floors is an eas…y and safe solution to keeping your floor looking it's best. Be cautious, what you put on your wood surface as oils or furniture polish can make a floor very slippery
If you are talking real tile, then no, it is to far gone to fix. If it stick down tile then yes IF the floor wasn't allready damaged when they covered it.
dry mop then hand scrub select spots with a combination of water and vinegar. One cup vinegar to one gallon water.
Use broom to weep all durty then after mopping never walk on the floor during this time
Pinesol is recommended, but any product that is approved should work. Visit your local Home Improvement store and go to the cleaning aisles. Each product should have a label w…hich contains information on what surfaces it can be used on and in what quantities
After sweeping, Pine Sol original formula diluted in water with sponge mop 1/4 cup Pine Sol per 1 gallon water
Use a non-diluted, direct spray on hardwood floor cleaning product like Bona - hardwood floor cleaner or Lastnlast - Polycare. 2 of the best hardwood flooring cleaning product…s on the market.
you can use only hardwood floor cleaners to maintain and clean you wood flooring. You can use products like Bella Wood hardwood floor cleaner ,or Murphy Oil Soap which lets a …pleasant homey fragrance and cleans very nicely.
The cost of most products to clean hardwood floors range for 5 dollars up to 40 dollars. If you plan on having it done professionally it will cost you a couple hundred dollars….
Whenever you have water on a hardwood floor it stains a shaded color. You need to replace it or use a scrub and you can just paint over it. If not then use shaded brown and sc…rub it over for 1 hour or so and it will look brand new. Or else you will be uneven with your color
You can clean hardwood floors without damaging it by first cleaning it like you would clean on tiles. Sweep up the floor for trash and then use a bucket and mop it clean and d…ry.
The best vacuum to clean hardwood floors with is the wet and dry vacuum. It can easily switch from wet carpet to dry hardwood flooring. It can be seen on the website for Kohl'…s.
Nope, not good fro the wood and really not good for the finish. Wood LOVES moisture but moisture damages wood, so you should really be cleaning your wood floor with very minor… amounts of an oily based cleaner, NOT with anything with water or steam.
Murphy's Oil is a popular brand of hardwood floor cleaner and moisturizer. Pledge is another very popular brand that offers products for floors. A good, cheap, easy to find br…and is Palmolive.
There are a vast arrays of cleaners on the market, most DIY stores carry them. Without knowing what finish you have on the floor means we cannot give you definative replies ho…wever,; Choose a cleaner that is compatible with your type of wood finish. Picking the wrong kind of cleaner can leave your floor looking dull and dingy instead of shiny and clean.If you've got a polyurethane finish on your parquet floor, pick a cleaner made for finished wood floors-without a wax component.If you've got an older wood floor with a varnish or other finish, you can use an oil based product that will work with your finish.Using a soft cloth or a mop, clean the floor. Take special care with especially soiled areas.Even if you normally choose to mop the floor, you may want to get down on your hands and knees for the deepest clean between the tiles.After mopping, be sure to dry the floor and not let water sit on the surface. If water gets under the tiles, it can loosen the floor or expand the wood which leads to ugly cracks.Drying the wood floor will stop water spots from forming as the water evaporates from the wood surface. If the floor is really badly stained and marked it is sometimes better to hire in a floor sander and take off the surface back to the wood. This is ONLY as a final resort as you will then have to do every part of the fllor right to the edges and then clean off all debris and then start with a sealer, stainif needed, then a number of coats of a very good poly finish - you can wax it but this can take considerable times to dry and makes use difficult as its slippery
Restoring the finish on your Hardwood Floor can be done by Removing the dull, scuffed varnish and then cover it with new finish. ANS 2 - That's not anywhere near as easy as i…t sounds. I've done 2-3 and found the only realistic way to do it is rent a large heavy floor sander and sand everything smooth. Then apply sealer and special polish or new varnish. 2-3 days work, major dust and you need to remove all furniture.