Care for a hardwood floor by sweeping and vacuuming it regularly, cleaning it with a mop, using the right cleaners and using floor mats at high traffic areas. You need a broom, vacuum, mop, cleaners and mats. More »

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An underlayment is recommended for hardwood floors to help prevent moisture from seeping up under the floor. Some underlayments also provide a cushion for the floor. More »

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Restore the shine to hardwood floors by removing dust or dirt using a vacuum or dust mop, cleaning the floor with a hardwood cleaner, and buffing the surface of the floor until it is dry. The amount of time needed to com... More »

To naturally clean and polish a hardwood floor, sweep the floor, apply a mixture of vinegar, olive oil and lemon oil, mop the floor, and towel-dry. This one-hour process requires cleaning gloves, a spray bottle, vinegar,... More »

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To improve warehouse safety, employers should use anti-slip, impact-absorbent industrial floor mats in packing stations to reduce stress on the ankles, shins and knees of employees who stand in the same areas for long pe... More »

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A squeaking hardwood floor is an annoying problem. Enlist someone to work with you to locate the source. Use shims and adhesive to stop the squeaks quickly. More »

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Apply polish to a hardwood floor by wetting the mop, pouring some polish on the floor, and spreading a thin coat of polish on the floor with the mop. Buff the floor using an electric polisher, and towel or sponge mop wit... More »

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