Floor waxing maintenance refers to the use of a layer of wax on the surface of the floor. After the wax is cured, it can isolate air, water vapor, and dust, thereby reducing the damage caused by oxidation on the floor. At the same time, it can also reduce shoes. The degree of wear of the object on the floor, thereby extending the life of the floor.
The distinction between floor wax vs floor essential oil
Floor wax: The most indispensable nature for floor waxing and maintenance is floor wax. There are many types of floor wax products on the market. Generally there are two types. One is liquid wax, which is cheap, easy to operate, and quick to dry. The disadvantage is poor wear resistance and short service life. The other is solid wax, which must be used. Polishing with a professional high-speed waxing machine has the advantages of making the wax layer uniform, the floor has high brightness and abrasion resistance, and a long service life.
Floor essential oils: In recent years, floor essential oils have gradually become the new darling of floor maintenance. Floor essential oils are generally formulated from resin and natural tree fendor, which have the effects of deep moisturizing, preventing cracking and repairing fine cracks. Compared with floor wax, the hardness and brightness of the floor essential oil are higher, but it is easy to make the floor fog. At present, there is no standard standard for the floor essential oil market. There are many inferior products, which may cause the floor to absorb deformation after use.
Misunderstanding of floor waxing maintenance
Myth 1: All floors need to be waxed.
Laminate flooring is divided into three layers of surface wear-resistant layer, base material layer and bottom layer. The surface wear-resistant layer is aluminum oxide, which has high wear resistance and protection. The surface layer itself is relatively tightly protected, and there is no need to "do it all". And after waxing, it will cause greater trouble to the later cleaning of the laminate floor. In addition, the floor heating floor does not need to be waxed to prevent the wax film layer from blocking the heat emission of the floor heating.
Myth 2: The more waxed the floor, the better. Floor waxing is not as much wax as possible, because if you use too much wax, it will fill the gaps, affect the appearance, and cause uneven polishing and affect the brightness of the floor. Therefore, when waxing the floor, the amount of wax need only be sufficient to cover the floor surface to form a uniform wax film. In addition, the waxing of the floor is not as frequent as possible. Generally, solid wood flooring can be used every six months.
Today, wooden flooring is the preferred flooring material in home decoration.
Waxing wooden floors is a necessary maintenance measure.
However, you must find the right method when waxing wooden floors, but you cannot do it casually.
Well, the all-round housekeeping company will introduce the waxing method of wooden flooring and the precautions of wooden flooring installation.
1. Clean up ground garbage and debris, and erect construction instructions.
Wipe off stains on the floor with a diluted neutral detergent. Difficult stains can be wiped off with water.
To prevent detergent from remaining in the grooves, wipe the cloth soaked with detergent as much as possible. Floor wax remover will cause stains and bulging on the floor, and must not be used.
2. Clean the floor with a neutral detergent and scrubber. Wipe with a cloth that has been wrung out.
The floor surface, especially the grooves, should be wiped carefully without detergent residue.
Is the necessary correct step
3. Dry the ground with a dry towel or let it dry naturally. Fully dry the moisture on the floor surface and the grooves before drying. The time required varies depending on the season, but it takes about half a day or more.
Without adequate drying, the floor wax will not adhere tightly to the floor surface, affecting aesthetics and whitening.