Hardwood Flooring Cleaning and Repair Products:
Laminate floors are easy to maintain with the right products. One of the biggest mistakes people make is assuming that because of laminate’s durability, it’s okay to use water or steam mops to clean, but this is not the case. We carry a full line of Quick-Step brand laminate maintenance products, including a ready-to-use spray cleaner, mop, stain remover, and repair kit. All of these products are recommended and approved for Quick Steps floors and by using them helps to keep the warranty for your floor stay intact and valid.
* Here you will find all different kinds of hardwood cleaning products and wood repair like the Commercial Hardwood
Flooring Cleaner, Bona Hard Surface Cleaner, Bona Hardwood Floor Cleaner, Hardwood Floor Care System,
DriTac Wood Floor Repair Kit, Klean Strip Wood Bleach, MINWAX Blend-Fil Pencil and more.
Hardwood Flooring Benefits
Building a house is not an easy task. One of the major considerations is whether to go with hardwood floors or carpet flooring. Everyone has their own opinion on what is a better flooring option, but there are some facts that cannot be ignored in regards to Carpet and Hardwood Flooring.
Hardwood: It’s extremely important to keep your floor spotless. If you are a clean freak, then you should opt to install a hardwood floor, for they are much easier to clean. A simple brush of the broom should do the job. The dirt spots on a hardwood floor are visually noticeable and can be easily removed.
Carpet: Carpeted floors may harbor dirt, which are extremely hard to get rid of. In fact, companies which reprocess carpets stated that 35% of the weight of the carpet is composed of actual dirt. In addition, you need to use a special cleaning aid to get rid of stains on carpeted flooring.
Hardwood: Hardwood flooring does not collect dust or dirt from the traffic in your home, and if there is some dirt or dust present, it can be removed in a fast and easy manner. This completely reduces the risk of allergic reactions to dust, insects and bacteria within your home. Hardwood flooring is a great solution to help limit your allergies.
Carpet: Carpet is made to absorb all the dust and dirt particles within the air in your home. This process cleans the air in your home, but it fills your carpet with bacteria, dust mites, dirt and insects. These are all things which can eventually lead to severe allergic reactions, not to mention health issues and conditions.
Hardwood: Known as one of the oldest types of flooring there is, hardwood gives you the ability to choose from many unique styles. Hardwood floors never go out of style and are able to increase the value of your home. Hardwood is simply cozier, warmer and classier than its synthetic counterpart.
Carpet: Meanwhile, there are certain carpet floor designs that can make your flooring look elegant and sophisticated such as wool and acrylic. However these two options are not even close to the beauty of hardwood flooring.
Hardwood: Hardwood flooring is very durable and it can last from 10 to 20 years. If kept properly, it can even last for a lifetime or so. Hardwood flooring is always a valuable investment in your house or business.
Carpet: Carpets that are made from nylon are wear-resistant, durable and are good for areas where there is heavy foot traffic. However even if kept in perfect condition, it will barely last you 10-15 years. Most carpets must be changed every 5 to 6 years, almost half the life span.
Hardwood: Hardwood is by far the more animal friendly choice, for your hardwood can’t be stained or torn up by your Cat or Dog. It is also a much easier process to clean Cat and Dog feces from a hardwood floor.
Carpet: Carpet is a much easier target for your little loved ones. It can be stained, torn and scented by your Dog or Kitten. Not to mention the thousands of animal hairs that will get stuck in your carpet. If you love animals, then Carpet is probably your last flooring choice.
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