With the flowers blooming and the weather getting warmer, there’s no question why spring is a favorite time of year for many people. Unfortunately, many wood floors get extremely dirty this season with the change in weather, and because people get so busy that they neglect the care of their floors.
Here are some tips that our team at Chem-Dry of Acadiana recommends following to keep your wood floors in tip-top shape this spring!
1. Use a Durable, High-Quality Doormat
A high-quality doormat is essential to keep pollen, dirt, dust, and other outdoor contaminants from entering your home and getting tracked onto your wood floors. Look for outdoor mats that have wire racks to catch mud and indoor mats that have vinyl or rubber backing.
2. Sweep Multiple Times a Week
Making sure you sweep your wood floors several times a week is very important. This helps remove dirt and crumbs on your floors and helps eliminate the risk of critters or bugs surviving on food particles left on your floors.
3. Take Off Your Shoes at the Front Door
You’d be surprised at how many spring allergens get tracked into your home and onto your wood floors through your shoes. Even if you use a doormat to wipe down your shoes, small amounts of dirt and pollen still stick to your shoes, so be sure to remove them at the front door!
4. Wipe Down Your Pet’s Paws After Being Outdoors
By wiping down your pet’s paws with a cleaning cloth after they have been outside, you can cut down a lot of the mud and paw prints on your wood floors.
5. Get Wood Floor Acrylic Polish Remover in Lafayette, LA
Our wood floor cleaning and wood floor acrylic polish remover in Lafayette, LA revitalizes your flooring and helps it remain durable and long-lasting not just this spring, but year-round too! Our process removes dirt hiding in your floors and makes your floors look cleaner and shinier than ever. So when you’re thinking of mopping your floors again, remember to call our team at Chem-Dry of Acadiana!
Book a spring wood floor cleaning in Lafayette, LA today with Chem-Dry of Acadiana!