Everyone dreams of that special moment when a heavenly choir sings down from above as their old carpet is slowly peeled back to reveal the most illustrious hardwood flooring. Then reality sets in. That wasn’t the singing of angels. That was the sound of the Dust Bunnies of Hardwood Future tumbling across your beloved wood floors and settling into hard-to-reach corners. It was the sound of spilled liquids, dropped foods, and leaky pets exploding across your floor. It was the sound of terror. But never fear! Cleaning hardwood floors is easier than you might think. Let us prove it.
It may surprise you to learn that grout is often a very light-colored surface. Strange, I know. Its porous nature allows grout to quickly gather dirt, dust, mildew, and more, turning your once-bright grout into a dingy nightmare painted grey and black with a vile conconction of filth. Read this article, and employ some of its advice. When you’re done, you may be quite surprised to find out what color your grout was intended to be.
If you have laminate flooring, congratulations! For I have some amazing news for you: There’s a darn good chance that laminate floors are the number one easiest floors to clean and keep clean. The only problem is that if you clean them incorrectly, you can cause serious damage to them. Laminate floors are not cleaned like other hard floors. This article will take you step-by-step through to clean and shiny floors.