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Cleaning Wood Floors With Microfiber Mops

Cleaning wood floors is part of maintaining them. If you don't keep up with cleaning your floors, it gets harder to clean them. Also, when you have bits of dirt, they may cause micro...

Product Review: Steam Mops on Wood Floors

Steam mops are becoming quite the rage these days.  They are seen on infomercials, sold at your local "home gadget" store and available through all of the major online retailers.  If you are unfamiliar...

How To Eliminate Dust Mites On Wood Floors

Dust mites and fleas can be quite a nuisance. Central heating and good insulation in our modern houses make our homes very habitable for dust mites. Dust mites evoke fear because they are associated with...

Pet Stains on Hardwood Floors

Let's face it, most of us consider our dogs and cats to be part of the family. We love them dearly but they can really take a toll on your hardwood floors. Never mind...

Wood Floor Polish: A Product Review

Wood floors can look dull and lifeless with wear and time. Shiny floors always look elegant and add warmth to a home. Instead of sanding down and refinishing your wood floors, using a wood...

Cleaning Wood Floors with Ammonia Based Glass Cleaners like Windex

Learn how to use Windex to clean your hardwood floors. It is great for removing filmy residue. A lot of people with polyurethane coated wood floors are turning to glass cleaners like Windex and Glass...

Cleaning Your Wood Floors with Dish Soap and Water

Learn the negative effects of cleaning your wood floors with dish soap and water. Water and wood are not a happy couple. Water causes wood to expand, warp and sometimes even rot. Wet mopping a...

Cleaning Your Wood Floors with Black Tea

Learn about how the tannic acid in your black tea bags cleans wood floors. Black tea is becoming known as an easy, quick cleaner for wood floors. Regardless of its growing popularity, it is never...

Product Review: Cleaning with Murphy’s Oil Soap

Learn the negative effects of cleaning your floor with Murphy's Oil Soap. Oil soap is a commonly used, widely available wood floor cleaner. The most favored brand of oil soap is Murphy's Oil Soap and...

Your Home, Your Wood Floors and Fleas

The Science Behind Fleas Fleas are a serious insect to have in your home if you have pets or small children. They feast on dog and cat blood and human blood, too. Fleas like any...

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