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How Do You Clean A Polyurethane-Coated Hardwood Floor?

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How Do You Clean A Polyurethane-Coated Hardwood Floor?

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Polyurethane-finished hardwood floors are tough and will last for years with the proper care. Fortunately, caring for these floors is a snap. Clear the room of rugs and as much furniture as possible. This helps to ensure that the entire floor gets equal treatment. Sweep and/or vacuum the floor carefully. Dirt left on the floor during mopping can act as an abrasive. Mix about 1 tsp. grease-cutting dish soap or oil soap into a large bucket full of warm water. The exact mixture isn’t crucial; just keep the amount of soap to a bare minimum. Start mopping in a corner along the wall farthest from the door, and mop the entire floor with firm strokes. Make sure the mop is well wrung out and not drippy. Both foam and string mop heads will work. Use new solution when the water begins to grow cloudy or dirty. Repeat the process with fresh water (no soap) once the entire surface has been thoroughly mopped with the cleaning solution. This will pick up the soapy residue and leave your floor clean an

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