How To Protect Your Hardwood Floor 
Never Use water On A Hardwood Floor
Wood is a natural material that swells when it absorbs water and shrinks when it dries.  Wipe up spills immediately with a damp cloth or rag to keep your floor unmarked, smooth and level.

Always Follow The Manufacturers Recommendations And Use Their Cleaning Products
For stubborn stains, lightly dampen a soft cloth with manufactures recommended clean.
Apply direct to stain.  Repeat procedure as necessary. Do not use petroleum based cleaners on water base finishes.

Avoid Spike Heels and Furniture Glides
Spike heels are damaging to hardwood flooring, especially in disrepair areas.  Round headed chair glides and narrow wheels on furniture legs are also harmful.  They can scratch or permanently dent your floor. Spread the weight.  use commercially made felt protectors or furniture coasters to prevent scratches and dents.

Grit Is One Of The Biggest Dangers To Your Floor
Keep a doormat inside and outside entrances to catch grit.  Regularly sweep or vacuum your floors since grit and dirt can damage the floors.  If you have pets, make sure to keep their nails trimmed and paws free of dirt, grit, oil and stains.

Century Custom Hardwood Floor, Inc.
7147 Bellaire Ave. North Hollywood, CA 91605
PHONE:  (818)-764-0300   Fax:  (818)-764-0357    
 License # 813778

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7147 Bellaire Ave. North Hollywood, CA 91605    1 (800) 608-6007