Vinyl flooring is one of the cheaper options due to its popularity and uses in both commercial and domestic applications. It’s really durable, lasts a long time and doesn’t cost much in comparison to wood, tiles or stone. It can also be made into unique designs to give you more customization. However, vinyl flooring isn’t immune to the effects of wear and year which is why you still need to look for a reliable floor restoration service to help you clean it up.
Although vinyl floors are fairly resilient, they can easily become scratched which causes them to lose their renowned durability. To prevent this, we use a variety of different high-quality polishes to add a protective layer over the vinyl flooring that will give it a pristine shine but also protect it from further damage. This layer of polish can be reapplied several times in order to protect your flooring.
If your vinyl flooring has suffered too much, then we’ll use a stripping solution and pads to remove the coating and any leftover residue. Once that’s done, we’ll apply our own fresh coat to breathe new life into your worn vinyl flooring. Remove dust, sand and grit particles frequently by sweeping or vacuuming your vinyl floor. Don’t use a vacuum with a beater bar as it may scratch your floor. When sweeping or vacuuming does not remove the dirt, mop the floor with clean warm water. This type of floor will maintain its appearance to the very end of its service life.
The points which we should do for vinyl floor maintenance:-
- Place a natural or colorfast mat at outside entries to catch tracked-in dirt and moisture.
- Sweep or vacuum regularly to prevent loose dirt from scratching your floor.
- Clean under furniture, in corners, and along baseboards.
- Mop with plain water first before using a commercial floor cleaner.
- Wipe up spills as soon as possible to avoid stains.
The points which we should keep in our mind for vinyl floor maintenance:-
- Never wet clean without first dry-mopping the floor to remove dirt, dust and hair.
- Never vacuum with a beater-brush attachment which can damage the floor finish.
- Never use full strength (undiluted) soap-based detergents.
- Never use “mop and shine” products, which may leave a dull film.
- Never use abrasive cleaners or scouring pads, such as steel wool, which can scratch your floor.