Wood floor maintenance knowledge
Today, wood floors are increasingly popular with consumers, and wooden floors have entered millions of homes. However, many homeowners do not know how to maintain wooden floors after installing wooden floors. Take a look at various wooden floors. The maintenance method.
1, strengthen the wooden floor
Laminate flooring maintenance is much simpler than solid wood flooring. When cleaning the floor, pay attention to keep the floor dry, do not rinse with large amounts of water, pay attention to avoid long-term flooding of the floor.
Neutral cleaners are used when cleaning stains. Avoid direct sunlight, rain, moisture, etc.
In addition, paying attention to the indoor ventilation and maintaining the indoor temperature also help extend the floor life. Laminate flooring does not require painting and waxing. Unlike solid wood flooring, avoid sanding and polishing.
2, solid wood flooring
Improper installation and use of solid wood floors can cause quality problems in qualifying products.
When the solid wood floor is being maintained, pay attention to the drying and cleaning of the floor. When laying solid wood flooring, if you do not do moisture treatment, the bathroom and the room floor are not isolated, will affect the life of the floor. To be wetted with water or scrubbed with alkaline water or soapy water will destroy the brightness of the paint.
In the summer, no attention was paid to pulling the curtains so that the front floor of the bed would become discolored and cracked after being exposed to sunlight. The temperature of the air conditioner is too low, which causes the temperature to change too much during the day and night, causing the floor to expand or contract too violently, causing deformation, cracking, etc. of the floor.
When the floor is in use, if individual floors are found to be shelling or falling off, the floor shall be taken in time, old glue and ash removed, and coated with new glue. Waxing once a month is also the best method of maintenance, but wipe off the moisture and stains before waxing.
3, solid wood composite floor
Solid wood flooring is easier to maintain than solid wood flooring. Keep the floor dry and clean, mop the floor without dripping mops, and do not use alkaline water or soapy water to effectively protect the floor.
If the air in the home is dry, the mop may be wet or put a pot of water on the heater, or humidifier may be used to humidify it. Avoid sun exposure as much as possible to avoid premature aging and cracking of the surface paint under ultraviolet radiation. Part of the board surface accidentally contaminated with stains should be promptly removed. If there is oil, use a rag, warm water and a small amount of detergent to scrub. If it is a drug or pigment, it must be removed before the end of the stain, such as a wooden surface.
The floor should be kept away from prolonged contact with water, especially if it does not come in contact with hot water. Once hot water is spilled on the floor, it must be wiped dry. It is best to use a wax every three months. Before waxing, clean the surface of the floor and wax it regularly to maintain the floor finish and extend the life of the floor. Avoid sharp objects scratching the ground, do not place too hot things on the floor, try to avoid dragging heavy furniture