Published at Tuesday, May 21st, 2019 - 06:30:59 AM. Laminate Flooring. By Darrell Duprat.
If you have it in mind to install your laminate flooring in your bathroom then consult the manufacturer's instructions on installing laminate flooring in a moist place. The underneath of laminate flooring cannot be directly exposed to moisture so be sure to carefully follow the installation instructions if you intend to install it anywhere that it may come into contact with moisture. You can save yourself various future repairs, and headaches, if you take the time to properly learn how to lay laminate flooring. A couple of hours of instruction can go a long way to securing your piece of mind for a lot of years to come.
The outer layer can be without difficulty scratched and keeping sand, gravel or other small, harsh particle off the floor is one of the main tips on cleaning a laminate floor. Using a vacuum cleaner or a soft padded broom can also keep the surface from becoming scratched, creating a dull finish. Using throw rugs at entryways can help capture most of these, but in the event some do get through the rug, they will need to be promptly cleaned. While laminate flooring is intended to be waterproof, wet mopping can in fact cause damage to the floor. Further tips on cleaning a laminate floor include not using any type of abrasive cleaners, scrubbing pads or sandpaper on the surface as it will scratch the surface. Even small particles of dirt will also create tine cuts and grooves that can quickly fill with dirt and make the floor dull and lifeless.
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