You need to know the best practices for taking care of your new laminate flooring so you will be better able to keep it in its beautiful, inviting, and valuable original conditions. Also, knowing what is expected of you regarding upkeep can be a determining factor in your purchase choice.
Is Laminate Flooring Right For You?
Laminate Floors Are Durable, But Not Indestructable
Do’s And Don’ts About Maintaining Your Laminate Floors
It is important to lift heavy furniture instead of dragging or pulling it across your new flooring. Glides or floor protectors on the bottom of your furniture will prevent possible scratching or abrasion. Never try to refinish or sand your laminate floor.
For additional care procedures, please refer to the manufacturer’s care and maintenance instructions and recommendations. By understanding and following these basic care guidelines, you can be confident that your laminate flooring will provide you with many years of beauty and lasting performance.