How to Clean Finished Hardwood Floors

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Cleaning finished hardwood floors involves making a solution of a quarter cup of vinegar, a gallon of water and a tablespoon of Murphy's Oil soap to pull up excess dirt. Keep finished hardwood floors dust-free and shining with cleaning tips from the... View Video Transcript

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Cyn Deer

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These days wood floors have become extremely popular. You finally got your wood floor and you want to know how to keep it clean. I'm Cyn Deer with 3's Company Too and I'm going to show you how to clean your floors. The one thing you want to do is you want to make sure that you dust mop them frequently or use your vacuum, make sure you use a bare wood setting. And then you're going to use different pots. The one thing that is highly recommended is that you can make a solution with vinegar which is about a quarter cup, about a gallon of water and then throw in about a tablespoon of Murphy's Oil soap and that will help keep your floors looking clean, pull up excess dirt off your floor. You're going to use your mop obviously and clean it. You want to make sure you dry your wood floors. Always make sure you dry, have the time to dry the wood floors. Put any excess water on your flooring will help get in to the crevices, expand the wood and then you'll have a problem. So you want to make sure your wood floors are always dry. The crevices, you know, just use your towel well to dry off the, any liquid that gets on. If you have a spill on your wood floor, make sure to clean it up immediately. The best way is with either you know, your paper towels or your dish towel, whatever you have handy so you can get it up as quick as possible. I'm Cyn Deer. This is how to clean your wood floors. Have a great day.