The best way to clean your floors before hardwood refinishing

The best way to clean your floors before hardwood refinishing


Cleaning your floors before hardwood floor refinishing is a necessary process. However, it doesn't need to be a deep cleaning to accomplish great results.

Since the finish and some of the wood will be sanded off, cleaning is less crucial than at other times. So, here’s what to know as you prepare for refinishing.

Why clean before wood floor refinishing?


Cleaning away dirt, debris, and dander is an essential first step in your remodel to avoid air contamination. Anything left loose on the floor or in the gaps between the pieces can become airborne once we start sanding floors.

Sweeping or vacuuming will yield excellent results by pulling sediment from between planks if gaps exist. However, we will remove the finish, so deep cleaning and shining are optional when cleaning before refinishing.

The benefits of refinishing


Once hardwood floor refinishing is complete, your floors will look new again, with an outstanding visual appeal and texture of your choice. In addition, with this new surface, it's much easier to keep your floors clean, even with pets and children.

If you have questions about the service, this is a great time to ask for the answers you want and need. Wood floor refinishing is usually finished within two to eight days, depending on the necessary work level.

Visit our showroom for even more details


Urban Flooring LLC is a great place to find flooring, services, and consultation to help create the best floors possible in every room. We cater to all your needs and preferences, so share them with us while you're here for outstanding results.

When you're ready to begin, visit our showroom in Norman, OK, to speak with associates prepared to put their experience to work for you. We provide hardwood floor refinishing to Norman, Moore, Edmond, and Yukon, OK, so stop by when you're ready.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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