do I clean my laminate floor?
Regularly vacuum or sweep your laminate floor serves the purpose
of general cleaning. You can also choose to wipe your floor
occasionally with a cloth mop or a light damp cloth. Frequent
cleaning with water is not necessary. To remove heavier spots
or stains, apply a cleaner especially formulated for varnished
hardwood floors or a nonabrasive household cleaner diluted in
water. A mixture of household vinegar or ammonia and water is
suitable for heavier cleaning as well. Avoid applying
soap-based detergents or wax-based products to your laminate
floor as these may leave a dull finish on your floor.
2. How can I improve the shineness of my laminate floor?
Shineness of the laminate flooring is a manufactured
characteristic which can not be modified. So, you never need to
wax or polish your laminate floor.
3. How can I remove the glue traces left on my laminate
New traces can be removed by using warm water with damp cloth.
Any glue traces missed in the initial cleaning can be removed by
household ammonia and water mixture with a damp mop or cloth.
4. How can I fix marks, cuts or dents on the laminate floor?
Smaller damages such as dents or chips can be done with the
manufacturer-specified repair kit. If the area to be repaired
is larger, it is recommended to replace the entire damaged
plank. Individual planks can be replaced when needed. Please
contact our customer support representatives for a flooring
5. Are laminate floors "pet-proof"?
Laminate floor is good for household with pets. Pets usually
don't scratch laminate floor. However, animals have different
habits and sand or other particles may stuck to their claws. To
minimize scratching, it is recommended to trim your pets' nails
6. Are laminate floors "scratch-proof"?
Laminate flooring is extremely hard and is very resistant to
scratching. However, it is not "scratch-proof". To minimize
scratching, place doormats or rugs by exterior doorways to
collect dirt or gravel. Remove any sand or grit immediately.
Use felt or similar protectors under furniture legs and other
easily movable furniture. Lift heavy objects instead of pulling
or sliding them across the floor.