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How to Clean an Area Rug


How to Clean an Area Rug Keep your area rugs looking their best by following these simple tips for basic care, deep cleaning, and stain removal. Plus, learn how to properly treat specific types of area rugs. Basic Rug Care Rug care is determined by size, construction, and material. Care for large-size area rugs as you would wall-to-wall carpet. Vacuum large rugs to remove dirt. As with carpet, the most important thing you can do for larger area rugs is to vacuum them regularly. If a rug is reversible, vacuum both sides. This removes grit and grime that can wear out your rug prematurely. Take care to not vacuum the...

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Minor Repair Instructions

laminate repair

In the event that accidental damage occurs to one of the planks, minor scratches or dents can be repaired using a Flooring Touchup or Color-fill Kit. This special touchup kit is a filler material, color coordinated to the color of your floor that when used properly, the repaired area is often invisible. The repaired area will hold up to foot traffic and wear just like the rest of your laminate flooring.

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Laminate Flooring Care & Maintenance

laminate maintenance

Routine Maintenance  1) Use a damp cloth to blot up spills as soon as they happen. Never allow liquids to stand on your floor. 2) For tough spots, such as oil, paint, markers, lipstick, ink, or tar, use acetone/nail polish remover on a clean white cloth, then wipe the area with a damp cloth to remove any remaining residue. 3) Sweep, dust, or vacuum the floor regularly with the hard floor attachment (not the beater bar) to prevent accumulation of dirt and grit that can scratch or dull the floor finish. 4) Periodically clean the floor with cleaning products made...

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Glue less Hardwood Board Replacement Repairs

hardwood replacement repairs

Many glue less hardwood may be assembled and dis-assembled several times. Carefully disassembled glue less joints will retain their original locking integrity during re-assembly. New replacement plank(s) should be acclimated in the replacement area for at least 72 hours, to allow them to equalize to the conditions of the flooring in the room where the replacement(s) will take place. Remove baseboard, wall base, or quarter-round as needed to replace the damaged board(s). Take the flooring apart, 1 row at a time, by lifting the rows to detach them; then separating the individual boards. Be sure to stack the individual planks...

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Repairing Your Hardwood Floor

hardwood repair

Minor damage to your hardwood floor can be repaired by using a color fill. This special product should be matched to the color of your floor and, when properly used, will make the damaged area virtually invisible. In addition, the repaired area will hold up to traffic and wear. A qualified hardwood flooring installer should repair extensive damage to traditional engineered or solid hardwood flooring.

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