For all the benefits of a real wood flooring in kitchen– it looks fantastic, it adds value to your home, it lasts for generations – there is a disadvantage. It’s a bit of high maintenance. This is particularly the case in the kitchen where there are all sorts of risks for your hardwood floor. From traces of food and water to muddy footprints and rub marks, read on as the Posh Flooring experts explain how you can protect it.
Whether it’s a meal from the table, a spilled drink or just a splash of water in the sink, many spills can affect your floor. The best thing to do – aside from being so clumsy – is to put mats and mats in the main spill areas, in front of the sink, the dishwasher, the washing machine, and so on. Moisture reaches the soil surface in the first place.
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In the event that food or liquids spills onto the hardwood floor, you must make sure to cover them immediately. Pass over any spilled water with a mop or dry cloth immediately before entering the wood, while food and other liquids should be wiped with a damp cloth. This will minimize the risk that any major task will take root.