In order to keep your hardwood floors looking spotless and fresh, you have to clean them daily. This means that you vacuum or sweep them.
Laminated wood flooring is good looking and hardwearing. But how easy is it to maintain? And what do you do if you find stains on the flooring, particularly ugly rust stains?
Many people believe that there is no relevant way to remove paint from the carpet! Not so. Your best bet to paint removal is to work with the paint while it is still fresh and wet. However, if you have a dried paint stain on your carpet, look for hints at the bottom of this article on that as well.
Before we talk about how to remove those inevitable hardwood floor stains, let's discuss how to simply maintain your floors first.
What we recommend is that some parts of the room and certain chores be scheduled for particular days in the week. In our home, we always try to vacuum the second floor on Mondays, and then vacuum the first floor on Tuesdays. Vacuuming is essential so that dust does not permeate the whole house and cause allergies.
Most marble table tops can be cleaned using a damp rag and lukewarm water and then wiped dry with a clean, low lint rag. In most cases of daily exposure, a marble topped surface shouldn’t need cleaning agents in order to remove stains unless a spill has occurred.
There are a few items that are a must have when you have laminate floors. A broom with soft bristles, vacuum cleaner, and mop are basically the essentials. The first step in cleaning the floors is to sweep them thoroughly.
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