Your vinyl flooring will provide years of carefree use. You will find that it is not only beautiful, but durable. It is also easy to maintain because of the protective finish and moisture resistance. By observing a few precautions, and with proper care and maintenance, it only takes a few steps to keep your floor looking new for years to come.
- Sweep the floor with a soft bristle broom or dust mop to remove loose dirt.
- Always wipe up spills promptly to prevent spots from becoming stains.
- Wash the floor with non-abrasive floor cleaner.
- Use a mop moistened with warm water, or check with the manufacturer for a recommended cleaning solution.
- Only use propriety floor cleaning products. DO NOT use bleach based products or dish detergent.
- Do not use household cleaners on the floor for general cleaning unless they are specified for floors as they can often leave an oily residue which could make the floor slippery and lead to potential slip hazards.
Tips & Warnings:
- Use doormats outside each entrance to your home to prevent dirt, sand, grit and other substances such as oil and asphalt from being tracked onto your floor. Ensure they are cleaned on a regular basis to maintain their effectiveness.
- Close your curtains or blinds where extreme sunlight hits the floor. A combination of heat and sunlight causes most home furnishings, including vinyl floors, to fade or discolor.
- Make sure furniture legs have large surface, non-staining floor protectors. Do not slide or drag furniture or other objects across the floor.
- All hard floors can be slippery when wet. Take extra care when cleaning and ensure the floor area is allowed to dry completely before use. During periods of wet weather, it may be necessary to put down extra matting to prevent water from being brought in from outside.
- Do not allow silicone-based products (i.e. polish or glass cleaner) to come into contact with the floor. These can make the floor very slippery.
- As with all resilient floor coverings, prevent man-made rubber or latex material from coming into contact with the floor. Permanent discoloration of the floor can occur as a result.
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