Laminate flooring maintenance and clean
Laminate flooring should be cleaned regularly, with the nature and extent of the cleaning depending on the area of application and frequency of use. An easy listing of Laminate Dos and Don’ts followed by common tips of experience.
- Sweep or vaccuum regulary
- Every 7 days, wipe your floor with a specifically designed cleaner.
- sofe soled shoes will protect your floor
- put doormats and rugs by doors
- lift furniture to move it
- keep pet’s out side flooring part
- doormats or rugs is best to protect floor
- Ues kichen cleanning
- Ues steam mop
- Ues furniture cleanning
- Ues cold water
- Water stays over 24 hours
- Use soap-based products
- Wear high heels will damaged
- Soak in water
General cleaning and care instructions for laminate
Sufficiently sized textile clean-off zones of at least 4 to 6 running meters can reduce the amount of dirt brought into a property by up to 80%, significantly influencing the utility value of the flooring and the cleaning costs.
firstly, laminate flooring should be cleaned regularly, with the nature and extent of the cleaning depending on the area of application and frequency of use.
Cleaning and protective measures during construction: During the construction phase, dust, sand, and any other loose dirt should be removed with a broom or vacuum cleaner. Once laid, the surface should be protected with a suitable cover during subsequent interior construction work.
Following the installation process, the floor covering must be protected against damage via suitable protective covers in areas that are regularly frequented during the construction phase. Moisture trapped under items of furniture must be avoided.
Chairs, tables, and furniture legs must be protected with suitable protector pads or underlay.
Chair castors, as well as chair and furniture gliders, must be regularly maintained. Contact areas of the chair and furniture gliders must lie completely flat and be rounded at the edges. Metal gliders can corrode when exposed to moisture and cause stains.
In the case of underfloor heating, the temperature of the surface covering must not persistently exceed 27 °C. This also applies if there is a carpet on top – trapped heat poses a danger!
There is no need to treat laminate floors NZ. The surface does not require a protective film. Film-forming care products are prohibited as they impair the use and make the surfaces harder to clean.
Clean the floor with a brush or vacuum cleaner to remove loose dust and dirt. Vacuuming is generally sufficient for everyday cleaning purposes. For more thorough everyday cleaning, we recommend using a cleaning agent such as BONA laminate cleaner or similar products. Please observe the instructions of the care product manufacturer!
When carrying out wet cleaning, please use water and cleaning agents sparingly (wipe with a damp cloth). Do not use any abrasive microfibers (scratching/scraping) to wipe the surface. Do not use film-forming cleaning agents.
For persistent stains, we recommend BONA stain remover or similar products.
Important, today man spends most of his time in closed buildings. Living, working, eating, sleeping – everything takes place indoors. The indoor climate is therefore important for human well-being and depends on various factors:
This also applies to maintaining the value of your floor covering, so please ensure a healthy room climate of approx. 20 °C at 50 – 65 % relative humidity. The use of suitable humidifiers based on the evaporation principle is recommended. If the recommended relative humidity is not reached for a longer period of time (this is particularly the case during the heating periods), the dimensions and shape of floor coverings that consist mostly of natural raw materials and are not firmly bonded to the substrate may change.
The compatibility of adhesive tape with laminate floor coverings should be checked in advance with the relevant manufacturer or the user of the floor covering.
The non-slip properties and safe-footing characteristics of floor coverings are significantly influenced by the application of dirt, cleaning frequency and the cleaning/maintenance products used. Please only use coordinated cleaning and maintenance products from one manufacturer. Abrasive cleaning powders, sanitary cleaners, acids, and strong solvents can damage the covering surface or items of furniture.
All LAMINATE floors coverings demonstrate excellent lightfastness. It is not possible, however, to rule out the possibility of fading/changes in color in areas exposed to strong UV light on a long-term basis. Sufficiently sized shades can be used to minimize or prevent fading and changes in color.
Pigmented wound and hand disinfectants, as well as hair dye or bleaching agents containing peroxide, can cause irreversible discoloration. If you are unsure about using chemical coloring substances or food products, you should carry out a resistance test on an inconspicuous part of the flooring or on a not-yet-installed piece first.
This information is not intended to be exhaustive. Recommendations for products from the cleaning agent manufacturers are available on request.