How to Care for Your Vinyl
Even if you don’t have a lot of spare time to devote to your new vinyl's care, some quick and easy tasks will do wonders to protect the look and longevity of your vinyl flooring.
Some good preventative maintenance will go a long way to keep your flooring looking as good as new for years to come!
Preventative Maintenance for Your Vinyl
Good preventative maintenance starts by limiting the amount of dirt and dust that come into contact with your vinyl flooring. Doormats will help trap dirt in advance, and removing shoes before walking across your new vinyl floor will also help.
Sweep, dry mop, and vacuum your vinyl flooring frequently. If your flooring ever needs a deeper clean, use a manufacturer-approved cleaning solution.
Dealing Spills & Stains
Even if you're extra careful, there will still be spills and accidents. Vinyl is pretty easy-care when it comes to dealing with messes. In most cases, all you need to do is mop up any spills or use a cloth.
After wiping up a spill, if your floors are sticky, you can follow up with a manufacturer-approved floor cleaner.
If you encounter more difficult messes such as nail polish, oil, wax, or market, check with your manufacturer's guidelines for approved stain removal tips.