It can’t be avoided that for some unexpected reasons, your floor accumulates stains and dirt which are so hard to get rid of. The difficult part is when your floor has damages, visible holes, marks or scratches brought about by many things like dropping heavy and sharp objects or rearranging your furniture. When all of these problems start to interfere with the appearance of your house as well as harm the safety of your family, then it may be the best decision to start reconditioning your flooring. To give you some easy ways, look at these three tips.
Depending on the type of floor you have, using sealers is the best way to repair those floor damages. Travertine sealers are proven most effective in treating gaps or scratches on certain types of flooring. All you need is to apply the sealers in the affected area.
Old floors or those with big damages that cannot be solved by ordinary sealers are needed to be replaced by the same materials. While you do not need to replace the whole portion of the tile or whole area covered by your floor, it’s best to look for replacement patches which you can stick to the floor damage. Doing this saves you a lot of money from buying the whole materials to replace your flooring.
Recoating and Full Cleaning
For some specific types of floors like wood, recoating is best used when revamping floors because such method brings back the same look your floors had on their first installation. Sometimes, however, worn out floors just need hard-core scrubbing and cleaning using effective cleaning materials to get rid of the dirt which has stayed on your floor for a long time. It depends on your preference on how you will clean and upgrade your floor.
Keep in mind that regular cleaning and maintenance is still the best way to protect your floor from those unexpected damages as well as tough-to-remove dirt.