Sweeping Cosmetic Flooring
The best and easiest way to give hardwood flooring a clean would be to sweep them. Unlike carpets wooden floors don't hold hair and dust so it is simple to remove them with only the sweep of a broom. Be sure you use a soft palate as ones with harder bristles may damage the ground. When there is tougher dirt that won't come out then give it a light sweep first then work it out with a mop.
Vacuuming Wooden Floors
Though we recommend using a broom, for those who do not have one or don't want to use one then you can use a vacuum cleaner to clean hardwood flooring. It should just take 1 sweep over the floor to pick up all of the hair and dust if it is done frequently. However, there are certain rules to follow along with vacuuming your hardwood flooring. Firstly, ensure the vacuum you use has a hard floor setting since this is designed specifically for smooth surfaces as opposed to carpeting. Also, don't use a vacuum cleaner that is particularly heavy or that's tough wheels as they may indicate the floor.
Mopping Wooden Floors
Mopping hardwood flooring is what most people are worried about, this is only because they don't need to stain or mark the wood with water or cleansing agents. However, as long as you employ a safe cleaning agent it should be OK. Look for a cleaning product that's especially created for hardwood flooring as it's going to be gentle on the timber and won't leave marks on it. Also, make sure that you follow the directions correctly, it needs to be diluted to the right amount or it might be too strong and damage the wood. Finally, don't use too much water in the mop, ring out it completely so the mob is simply moist then sweep it on the surface. This way you won't soak the ground and cause damage.