Laminate floors should not be waxed because their top layers, also called wear layers, are thin, according to About.com. The floors also have a core layer that is like cardboard and can be damaged by certain cleaning met... More »

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Laminate floors cannot be waxed, and homeowners should never use cleaning products made with wax on these floors. Because laminate floors do not have a wood surface, wax can damage the finish of the floor. More »

For everyday cleaning of laminate flooring, most surfaces require nothing more than the use of a soft dust mop or vacuum cleaner to remove dust and dirt. If the floors require additional cleaning, use a damp mop, dipped ... More »

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Clean laminate floors routinely using a wood floor attachment of a vacuum cleaner or a soft brush and dust mop, and spot clean floors using a damp mop. Use laminate floor cleaner for deeper cleaning and steer clear of so... More »

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Laminate floors cannot be waxed, and homeowners should never use cleaning products made with wax on these floors. Because laminate floors do not have a wood surface, wax can damage the finish of the floor. More »

The best way to clean laminate flooring is with regular sweeping and occasional damp-mopping with a cleaner made especially for laminate flooring. Soap-based detergents are not recommended, as they tend to leave a dull f... More »

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Clean your laminate floors by using a dry dust mop, using very little soap and water, buffing the floor and taking measures to prevent wear. The time it takes to clean the floor depends on the size of the area. You need ... More »