Taking Care of Hardwood Floors

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Taking care of hardwood floors requires dust mopping on a regular basis, as dirt and debris can wear down the finish, and mopping the area with a diluted cleaning solution. Care for hardwood floors that can last a lifetime with cleaning tips from the... View Video Transcript

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Cyn Deer

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You've just removed your carpeting and put in hardwood floors. Now you need to know how to take care of it. I'm Cyn Deer, I'm with 3's Company Too, I'm going to give you a few tips on how to keep your wood floors nice. First thing you want to do is you're going to dust mop is your best preference, and you finally get rid of that old clunker of a vacuum that you needed for your carpet, they were - the wood - the dust mop works much better on your wood floor to pick up the debris. You want to keep it clean, you want to clean your spills immediately, if it's a liquid spill you want to make sure to get it clean, make a solution with either some water or some detergent and water, or Pine Sol and water, get it up immediately and again you want to always make sure you dry your wood, because it's imperative that they stay dry. This is a nice change from the carpeting, it's beautiful and it'll last much longer than any carpeting will. So you want to make sure to keep your hardwood floor and it'll last you a lifetime. So you have a great day and I'm Cyn Deer.