Protecting Your Hardwood Floors
Posted by Aaron Schaalma
Take the proper measures to keep dirt off your floors. Ask everyone who enters your home to remove their shoes at the door, especially those wearing cleats or heels, as they can dent hardwood. Dirt and mud can lead to scratches over time. Vacuum and sweep floors regularly to keep them as clean as possible.Refinishing
Refinishing wood floors can help remove scratches, dents and imperfections from floors. Check out some examples.Tennis Balls
Tennis balls are a great option if you can get past the neon yellow. If you can’t get passed that look, then you can always spray paint them a matching color. They may not be the first thing that pops into your head for preserving floors, but they are a good option. Cut a hole out of the soft, non-scuffing outer shell and place on furniture legs.Felt Pads
Felt pads aren’t as noticeable as tennis balls and are much more compact. They are an easy, inexpensive and effective way to keep your wood floors looking new. Put them on the bottom of furniture legs to help keep floors protected.Leather
Leather is a soft, yet extremely durable material that can help protect your floors. It can be placed on on the bottom of furniture legs to help protect your floors.Your floors are an investment that you see and use everyday, so make sure to take the proper measures to protect them. To learn more about refinishing wood floors or how to protect them, call (920) 279-7871 or visit our website.