Engineered Hardwood Flooring Cleaning
Although engineered hardwood flooring is relatively low maintenance, it still requires proper cleaning and care. Make sure you have a soft broom on hand to sweep the floor. A soft broom loosens and removes dirt, dust, and debris.
You can also vacuum the floor, but make sure you use a lightweight vacuum. Also, do not use a vacuum that has a rotating bristle bar as it may scratch or scuff the floor. If you choose to mop, make sure the sponge is only slightly damp to avoid excess moisture.
When cleaning your floors, make sure you never use ammonia-based cleaners and steam cleaners. Instead, follow the manufacturer instructions specifically. You can also talk to an expert about professional cleaning services for your engineered hardwood flooring.