Wood Floor Cleaning

This service is for you if:

Wood Floor

  • Your wood or laminate floors need brightening and are lifeless.
  • You want the finish sealed for easier cleaning.
  • You don’t want costly and messy refinishing as often.
  • The original finish is not worn all the way through.
  • There are light scratches and scuffs that don’t penetrate to the raw wood.
  • Your floors are not completely faded.
STEP 1: Deep Clean

STEP 1: Deep Clean

A machine is used that brushes in a deep cleaning solution, then immediately extracts it back up. This process penetrates into the grain of the wood, gently loosening deeply embedded soil and extracting it away.

STEP 2: Deep Clean Edges

STEP 2: Deep Clean Edges

An edging tool is used with the same solution as in Step 1 to clean right up to the baseboards and hard to reach corners.

STEP 3: Rinse

STEP 3: Rinse

The same machine is used with plain water to rinse away the cleaning residue and any remaining soil.

STEP 4: Neutralize / Re-Clean

STEP 4: Neutralize / Re-Clean

The machine is used the third time with a proprietary cleaning agent that leaves absolutely no residue. This third cleaning pass insures that there is absolutely no residual soil or residue left and the floor is ready to accept the protective coating.

STEP 5: Edges Neutralized

STEP 5: Edges Neutralized

The previous cleaning / neutralizing agent is used around all edges and corners. This insures that the entire floor is clean and ready to accept the protective coating.

STEP 6: Protective Finish Applied

STEP 6: Protective Finish Applied

This finish is evenly applied, 1 or 2 coats give a matte to semi gloss finish and additional coats give a higher gloss. There is only half hour necessary between coats. The finish goes on evenly drastically reducing problems associated with most floor finishes.

  • Light furniture can be placed on the floor after half hour.
  • Heavier furniture can be replaced after 1 hour.
  • Rugs can be installed safely after 24 hours.

Critical Questions To Ask When Selecting The Right Wood Floor Cleaner

  • Is their system dustless?
  • How quickly can the floor be used?
  • Is it safe and non-toxic?