How To Make Your Floors Shine
If you live in an urban or suburban area and spend a lot of time outdoors, it can be difficult to contain the shine on your floors. Floors can feel clean and new after a long day of work but also appear flaky and gritty. The best way to prevent this from happening is to clean your floors at least once a week. However, cleaning your floors more than that can be harmful. As with any cleaning, you need to make sure that you are using the right products and do not overfill your bucket. If you don’t, the product will not produce the best results. Below are some ways that you can shine your floors easily and keep them in good shape.
Choose The Right Flooring And Tiles
At first, it can be hard to decide what to clean your floors with. There are thousands of options, and it can be hard to know which ones to use. It is better to try several before making a final decision. Use a mild cleaning product that does not affect the underlying stone or hardwood floor. If you are using a water-soluble oil, such as oil from a Wooden floor, or a combination oil from both oil- and water-based products, you should stay away from these. They will only clog your pores and not produce the right amount of shine on your floors.
Vacuum Daily And Scrub Every Week
This is the perfect way to keep your floors shining. It is also the best way to prevent them from getting clogged. Your granules will have nowhere to go but up, and this will not only keep your floors soft and fluffy, but they will also be easier to clean. You do not need an expensive machine to do this. A handheld wand that has a water tank and a scrub brush attachment comes highly recommended. The only problem is that most flooring stores do not carry these machines. You can try walking around town, looking for a standing garage or other places that do not have concrete floors. You can also try talking to people who work in concrete. If they can suggest anything, try it. Vacuuming is not something that you should attempt if you are only going to use it for a week or two. If you do this a few times a week, your floors will remain soft and shiny for long periods.
Don’t Forget To Disinfect
Disinfection is key. It is the last step in any cleaning process and is what keeps your floors rotating and moving. When your granules become stuck in pores, it is extremely difficult for bacteria to get a foothold. To get rid of these, you need to clean your floors twice a week. The first time you need to clean them, and the second time you need to disinfect them. Using a mild antibacterial cleanser such as Amoxicillin or Cloroptin can help the most with keeping your floors clean and clear. You can also try using a de-ionizer, such as sodium hypochlorite, to remove any excess sugar or chemicals in the air. This should be done every other week.
To Sum Up
The best way to prevent shine and keep your floors clean is to clean your floors at least once a week. If you do this, your granule structure will stay intact and your pores will be large enough to prevent bacteria from entering. On the other hand, if you do not clean your floors often enough, they will dry out and be harder to clean. If you choose to clean your floors less often but more often, you will keep them soft and fluffy, which will help them easier to clean. In addition, your Granule Structure will stay intact, preventing dull floors. Finally, your pores will be large enough to handle all the bacteria and skin diseases that come with it.
If you have questions or comments about your flooring’s condition or performance, reach out to us at any time. We are always happy to help.