Cleaning Hardwood Floors can be as effortless as using a broom and dustpan or a mop and cleanser. Your floors may also require periodic hardwood refinishing and scratch repair, depending on the traffic they receive. When cleaning hardwood floors, keep in mind that excessive water and some detergents can damage wood floors. (Obviously, a wet wood floor also creates a slip and fall hazard.)

Deeper cleaning methods depend on the material and finish of your hardwood floor. Many prefinished hardwood floors require specific cleaning products. It’s best to consult the manufacturer or Floor Coverings International in East Cincinnati, OH, for instructions on cleaning hardwood flooring.

Depending on the amount of traffic and damage, refinishing hardwood floors may be necessary to keep your finish looking like new.

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