Can I Mop My Wood Floor?

Generally, you shouldn’t mop your wood floor. By this we mean you shouldn’t take a soaking wet mop to your wood floor, also known as damp moping. You can, however, use a lightly dampened mop to clean a hardwood floor. There’s a definitely emphasis on lightly dampened here, make sure to wring out most of the moisture before mopping the floor.

Mopping your wood floor with anything more than a lightly dampened mop isn’t a great idea, because wood generally doesn’t react well to water. Over time, water can cause cosmetic problems like dulling and discoloration, as well as structural problems like warping and splitting. The best idea is to consult the manufacturer as to the best way to clean your particular wood floor, as it varies based on the type of wood and the finish used.

 

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Signature Hardwood Floors has been servicing the entire Maryland, Northern Virginia, and South Central Pennsylvania areas since July of 2004. With more than twenty years of experience, we offer top quality products and exceptional craftsmanship. We are licensed and insured for both residential and commercial projects.

In addition, we are a recognized member of the National Wood Flooring Association, noted for our staff’s regular participation in continuing education programs on wood flooring. Our skilled and knowledgeable staff is proficient in new installation, refinishing, repairs, stain applications, oil and water base poly, and restorations. This expertise enables us to provide you, the customer, with the best results at an affordable price.

Contact the flooring experts at Signature Hardwood Floors, Inc. to help you determine which type of hardwood flooring is best for you. Contact us by calling 410.415.0755 or click here today!

Our mission statement is simple: stay small, personal, and in control of our work, all to ensure that you receive the best job possible! We have a passion for this industry.

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