A Dallas-Fort Worth homeowner cleaning their new waterproof floors

Do’s & Don’ts for cleaning waterproof floors

When you finally find the perfect waterproof flooring for your Dallas-Fort Worth home, you’ll want to know how to best care for them. Cleaning is essential, and you want to ensure you have all the best options at your fingertips.

If you have questions about your specific materials, take time to learn more about what’s needed. Here are some dos and don’ts that could help you keep your floors performing well for many years.

Cleaning is a very important

Keeping waterproof floors clean is an essential part of maintenance. Allowing spills, messes, and debris to compound can cause damage to waterproof options like wood composite flooring and cause unsightly visuals as a result.

It’s easier than you think to clean these floors and only takes a few minutes if done regularly. If you have questions about the process, here are some things to consider.

Waterproof floor cleaning: Do’s

1.      Always clean up spills and messes as soon as they happen

2.      Use only recommended cleaners

3.      Clean regularly to avoid a buildup of debris

4.      Use area rugs or runners in busy spaces to catch and trap dirt

Waterproof floor cleaning: Don’ts

1.      Never use abrasive cleaners or cleaning tools on your waterproof flooring

2.      Avoid steam cleaners and excessive heat

3.      Avoid bleach and ammonia

4.      Avoid using a scrubbing mop

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Ted’s Floor & Décor is a big little floor store that’s been family-owned since 1976, with in-house installers and dedication to your successful flooring results. Big enough to save you money, small enough to give you personalized service, we’re here for you.

If you’re ready to find the perfect waterproof floors for every room in your home, visit our showroom in Sachse, TX. From there, we provide waterproof flooring to the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and we look forward to working with you, too, so stop by any time.