Dust Wood Floors
Use an indoor broom and dustpan or a vacuum cleaner to remove any dust, dirt and debris that has piled up on your wood floors.
Use a Liquid Cleaner
Dusting wood floors won’t remove all of the layers of dirt and grime that build up over time. In order to get your wood floors shining like new again, some periodic deep cleaning is required.
Covering and concealing scratches that remain after dry mopping and wet mopping is all part of the cleaning process. Take a crayon that is the color of your wood floor and rub it on the scratch to fill in the scratch or gap that remain after sweeping, dusting and wet mopping.
Prevent dirt build up and further damage to your newly cleaned wood floors. Place mats inside doorways and also on the outside of doors to diminish the potential for tracking in any dirt and moisture.