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Wood Floors Cleaning Tips

From: Nicole Hits 1344 Update: 2010-6-18 Print
    
  • Floor cleaner is a solution of 1/2 cup of white vinegar in 1 gallon of warm water. Damp mop with a mop squeezed nearly dry. It is safer to mist the mop with the cleaner than to apply to floor. Do a section at a time and throw an old towel on the floor and scoot back and forth with foot to dry and prevent streaks. Standing liquid from mopping, spills, and pet accidents can damage floors.
  • The greatest damage done to wood floors is from grit. Mats at doors are necessary to collect grit and it's important to keep these clean. Frequent dust mopping in high traffic areas to collect grit is the best prevention. This should be done based on the amount of traffic, which may require dust mopping several times a day in an active household. The brush attachment of a vacuum can be used (no beater bars). Felt and furniture protectors should be installed on furniture. Never scoot furniture on wood.
  • Put a piece of waxed paper under your dust mop. Dirt will stick to the mop and the wax will shine your floors.
  • Use a paper bag over spilled candle wax then lightly iron
  • Removin Stains
    • Water Stains
      • Rub the spot with No. 2 steel wood and rewax. For more serious water stains, lightly sand with fine sandpaper, clean the spot with No. 1 or 00 steel wool and mineral spirits or floor cleaner then refinish and wax.
    • Cigarette Burns
      • If not severe, the burn can be removed by rubbing with steel wool moistened with soap and water.
    • Heel and Caster Marks
      • Rub vigorously with fine steel wool and floor cleaner. Wipe dry and polish.
    • Ink Stains and Other Dark Spots
      • Use No. 2 steel wool and floor cleaner to clean the spot and surrounding area. Thoroughly wash the affected area. If the spot remains, sand with fine sandpaper, re-wax and polish. Stubborn stains may require that you replace the affected area.
    • Chewing Gum and Wax Deposits
      • Ice until the deposit is brittle and crumbles off. Pour floor cleaner around the stain so the fluid soaks under and loosens it.
    • Alcohol Spots
      • Rub the spot with liquid or paste wax
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Update: 2010.6.18  
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