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  • Wipe up spills immediately.
  • Use doormats at all entrances to collect dirt and moisture, to prevent them from being tracked onto floors.
  • Be mindful of your pet’s nail length. Animal clawing can damage flooring.
  • Keep high heels in good shape.
  • Place felt pads at the bottom of any furniture that may be moved.
  • Lift heavy furniture and appliances completely and then put in new place when moving them from one area to another.


  • Allow water to stand or pool on your floor.
  • Drag heavy furniture or appliances across the floor.
  • Wax a surface finish because wax can make a floor very slippery and may result in your floor needing to be re-sanded before re-coated.

Routine Maintenance


  • Damp mop or vacuum. To damp mop floors, fill bucket with simple natural cleaning solution: ⅓ distilled white vinegar ⅔ warm water, wring the mop nearly dry before using and wipe the floor dry as you go.

Two – Three Times a Year:

  • Use a poly-care product designed specifically for polyurethane finishes. These products clean the surface and restore the luster to the floor and can be found at your local home improvement supply store.