Floor Sanding and Wood Floor After Care


Floor Sanding After Care

It’s no doubt that you’ve invested a good bit of money into your floors, which is why it’s important to take after care precautions in order to keep your floors looking new for years to come.   Proper after care will help protect your floors from damp, spills, foot traffic, and more.  GJP Floor Sanding Kent will provide you will all related after care products at the end of the job to get you off to the right start caring for your newly finished floors.

After the job has been completed by our Kent floor sanders, they will give you advice and guidance on caring for your floors in the years to come.

Maintenance and cleaning

Never use water to clean your hardwood floors, as you should always use the recommended products for your type of hardwood floors.   As a general rule you should wait two weeks after the floors have been finished to use any cleaning product.  If you ever have any questions about the aftercare of your floors, you can call GJP Floor Sanding Kent for advice, click here to contact us.

Cleaning and Maintenance Tips

There are a number of different steps you can take to ensure your floors continue looking new for years to come.  Spills and messes should be cleaned up immediately.  The use of rugs in foyers and where water could be tracked indoors.  Felt protectors on the bottom of furniture legs to prevent scratching, and lifting furniture to move it.  These are all things you can do to help protect your floors.

Maintenances Packs

GJP Floor Sanding Kent supplies a free after care package to all of our clients after a sanding job.  We also stock a number of different cleaning products for all types of wooden floors so that you can keep your floors looking brand new for years to come.  Bona Wood Floor Cleaning Kits, Bona Soap, and Bona Hard Wax Oil Refresher, a brand leading the industry in wood floor care.

Protecting Your Floor

Water is one of the leading causes of damage to wood floors, and any moisture can lead to damp issues, wood rot, and more.  Varnishes, oils, and protective seals will help some, but the best protection will come from proactive measures.  A humidifier, as example, can be used to help keep the wood boards from shrinking too much in the wetter months.