Wooden floors are amazingly beautiful and keep their shine for a very long time. Adding style and value to your residential or commercial property, wood flooring is something you truly want to incorporate into your interior spaces. Although wooden flooring is engineered to perfection making it both durable and resistant to damage, dirt, and the elements, this doesn’t mean that you can completely neglect flooring maintenance. Real wood flooring, after all, is a luxury finish that deserves constant love and care. After you install brand new wood planks, getting familiar with wood flooring maintenance is a must. Here is some information to help you get acquainted with the easy upkeep of real wood Mikasa floors.
A Word About Mikasa Wooden Flooring
Many people shy away from wooden flooring as they worry about the time and effort required by way of maintenance. However, it is fairly easy to maintain Mikasa’s engineered wood floors. Mikasa’s skilled team creates each wood plank with your needs and convenience in mind. We incorporate hardened protective layers and durable surface treatments on all flooring products. This way your floors will stay clean and scratch-free with minimal effort on your part. Additionally, our floors feature tight and barely visible joints that help with easy cleaning and maintenance.
Wooden Flooring Maintenance 101
Cleaning Your Real Wood Floors
Cleaning regularly is one of the most efficient ways to keep your floors looking their best. Plus, it’s also the easiest part of any maintenance routine. For daily cleaning, we recommend dry methods, such as vacuuming. When necessary, you can also use a damp cloth or mop to wipe down the surfaces. Make sure not to use too much water though. Wipe any water spills dry immediately to avoid any negative effects on the flooring.
Using Lacquer Refreshers
If your floor is looking dull or has scratches, a lacquer refresher can give it a new life. While it isn’t the same as re-lacquering, it is a great way to maintain your floor in between. Refreshers increase gloss and shine, giving your floors the much-needed aesthetics.
Stains can create long-lasting damage on your wooden floors. It is vital that you remove stains as soon as possible using water or a mild spray cleaner. Remember to give the affected floor surface enough time to dry. Avoid using harsh products on your floor or rubbing its surface too often or aggressively as this can affect its laquear.
On the occasion that your floor presents scratches or scrape marks, you can treat them with a lacquer refresher. If the scratches run deeper, using a touch-up lacquer first is necessary. Before applying any product, make sure the dent is dirt-free. You can do this by applying a spray cleaner and using a small brush.
Let Us Help
You can find all the information you need about wooden flooring maintenance in our brochure. Should you have any questions about Mikasa flooring maintenance, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team of experts for answers and guidance. You can contact us by email at email@example.com or send us a message. Alternatively, you can also call us at +91 11 42791399 or +91 11 49501499.