As wood floors are not naturally slippery, the best way to reduce the risk of slipping is to keep them dry and clean. Some causes of slippery floors include the use of inferior or incorrect chemicals, overtreated dust mops and too many coats of finish applied to the surface.
Sweeping wood floors regularly with a broom to remove all traces of grit and dirt is a quick way to make them less slippery. Wiping the floors with a mix of white vinegar and warm water can also help. When using cleaning solutions for wood floors, ensure they are designed specifically for wood because using the wrong type can make the surface slippery.