Routine Laminate Care
You will find cleaning your laminate floors is easy once you establish a routine. Be sure to sweep your floors frequently, how often will depend on the amount of foot traffic your room receives. You can also dry mop or damp mop your laminate floors. Regular cleaning removes abrasive dirt and dust particles that can wear down your floors faster.
It is a good idea to use doormats at entryways and remove your shoes when you enter your home to reduce the amount of dirt tracked onto your floors.
Laminate Spills and Stains Guide
No matter how careful you are, spills will happen. Fortunately, cleaning laminate floors is easy.
When you spill a solid, simply sweep it or wipe it up. When you spill a liquid, use a clean cloth to wipe up the spill. You can use a damp cloth to wipe any residue, but be careful not to let liquid sit to prevent damage to your floors. As long as you address the spill quickly, your laminate floors should not stain or be damaged.
However, if you have a spill that begins to stain, consult your manufacturer's recommendations for removing the stain.