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Care Guide

Carpets

The key to good carpet maintenance is to avoid particles of any loose dirt and dust from working their way into the carpet pile where they will act abrasive, lay on the fibres and discolour the carpet.

Vinyl Flooring

Cleaning your sheet Vinyl flooring is easy, with just an ordinary soft sweeping brush, microfibres cloth or a damp mop with approved detergents. It's advisable not to use aggressive cleaning agents on your floor, not to use a steam cleaner or not to let puddles of water to remain after cleaning. Finish off by drying the surface with a dry mop or pad. The PU finish of the wear layer on the vinyl flooring eliminate the need for any special treatment after installation.

Luxury Vinyl Tiles

Regular cleaning with a pH neutral cleaner will help keep your LVT flooring at its best. With an ordinary soft sweeping brush, remove any loose dirt or dust from the surface. Add 50ml of a pH neutral cleaner to approximately 8-10 litres of clean water. Mop the solution onto the whole floor, removing any excess liquid. Then allow to dry before walking on it. The PU finish of the wear layer on the LVT flooring eliminates the need for any special treatment after installation. It's advisable not to use aggressive cleaning agents on your floor, not to use a steam cleaner or not to let puddles of water remain after cleaning.

Laminate Flooring

Cleaning your Laminate flooring is easy, with just an ordinary soft sweeping brush, microfibres cloth or a lightly damp mop (not wet) with approved detergents. It's advisable not to use aggressive cleaning agents on your floor, not to use a steam cleaner or not to let puddles of water to remain after cleaning. Finish off by drying the surface with a dry mop or pad.

Wood Flooring

Given its very nature and how much it is used, it is perfectly normal, and indeed expected, for wood floors to become damaged over time. With engineered wood flooring, there are numerous ways I which you can keep it looking great, including sanding to get rid of scratches or dings and re sealing. On a daily basis with an ordinary soft sweeping brush or microfibres cloth, remove any loose dirt or dust from the surface.

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