With the occasional deep cleaning, weekly vacuuming and the use of wood floor cleaners, cleaning hardwood floors becomes easier over time. Selecting a wood cleaner suitable for hardwood floors also ensures effectiveness ... More »

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To remove adhesives from hardwood floors, first clean the floor to remove dirt, which may make removal of the adhesive difficult, and then remove the adhesive with either natural peanut butter or through the application ... More »

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All flooring requires some level of cleaning, but there are some types of flooring that are easier to maintain than others. Low-maintenance flooring includes vinyl, engineered wood and porcelain tile. More »

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Clean hardwood floors by using a dust mop to remove dirt, dust, pet hair and other debris from the floor, or use the floor-brush attachment on a vacuum cleaner weekly or twice a week. Deep clean the floors with a wood-cl... More »

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Use a pH neutral cleaner to clean your hardwood floors, including options such as the Swiffer Sweeper and the Bruce Wood Floor Care Kit. The Bona Ultimate Hardwood Floor Care System is another option that can safely clea... More »

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When working on a spring cleaning project, replace bedding that is old or worn out to provide a quick makeover for bedroom decors, clean ceiling fan blades and change the direction of ceiling fans to ensure that they are... More »

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To clean wood furniture, dust regularly, avoid using all-purpose cleaners, and polish the furniture with paste wax. Dust the wood furniture on a regular basis to keep the furniture cdlean and reduce the deep cleaning tha... More »

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