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Vinyl Floor Cleaning for a Lasting Shine

Vinyl flooring is an affordable, popular alternative to granite or stone tiles and hardwood floors. It's used often because it's easy to clean, can add a shine to your rooms, and is largely water-resistant. However, without proper care and cleaning, your vinyl floors can become dull with scuff marks and age.

Your vinyl floors can be a beautiful focal point of your home. Clean floors will make your space more inviting. A professional deep clean can fight allergies caused by pollen trapped in the cracks in your vinyl flooring. A renewed finish for your floors will restore their original shine. Daily care and frequent sweeping and mopping will provide an acceptable clean, but a routine deep clean with professional services will increase the lifespan of your flooring.

Vinyl flooring is the second-most popular floor option, just after carpet. If installed and maintained correctly, your vinyl floors can last up to two decades even in the most high-traffic areas of your home. Get the longest life out of your flooring by conducting regular cleaning and utilizing professional deep cleaning services.

 

Maintain a smooth finish

Leaving dust and debris on your vinyl flooring can cause dulling and damage over time. Fine particles of dirt are the same as sandpaper slowly removing the finish on your floors as it tracks around your home. The best way to maintain the original shine of your vinyl floor finish is by keeping a daily cleaning routine.

Sweeping or vacuuming your floors goes a long way in maintaining them. Wipe up spills immediately after they happen. Deep cleaning with a mop can be effective, but won't attack the pollen and other allergens hiding in the cracks of your floors.

With safe and eco-friendly cleaning solutions, our professional cleaning provides you a better home, a better smell, and better comfort for you and your family.

Vinyl floor refinish that sparkles like new

 
Everyday wear and tear on your floors can take a toll after the years. If your vinyl floor finish is yellowing or looking dull, we can refinish it. Eliminate scuff marks and get your floors back to the sparkling clean they were on the day you moved it.

If you are like most people, you don't have a floor machine, wet-dry vacuum, or the appropriate floor stripper in your garage at home. Avoid the hassle of renting equipment and the time of doing the work yourself by hiring a professional to refinish your vinyl flooring.

We treat your dull floors by applying a floor stripper, agitating the stripper with a floor machine to remove the old finish, and then mopping a fresh finish onto the vinyl. The final coat of finish usually takes about 12 hours to dry. Your dull or yellow vinyl floors will look brand new in a day.

What is the best cleaner for vinyl floors?

Routine cleaning of your vinyl plank floors ensures longevity. Vinyl tile or vinyl plank flooring is a popular alternative to tile floors and hardwood floors because they are low maintenance and generally more water-resistant. This makes vinyl floors great options for your kitchen, bathrooms, and other high traffic areas.

General sweeping or vacuuming can accomplish most of your necessary daily cleaning. Most commercial cleaners are acceptable for vinyl floors. Check with your manufacturer to find any cleaners to avoid.

Can you use hardwood floor cleaner
on vinyl floors?

Yes, most hardwood floor cleaners are acceptable for use on vinyl flooring.

What is vinyl plank flooring?

 
Vinyl flooring is an incredibly versatile flooring choice that has gained popularity in new homes especially. It comes in both tile or plank options. Both types are water-resistant and have the exact same amount of scratch and wear resistance. The difference is in the looks you hope to achieve in your home.

Vinyl tile resembles slate or stone flooring and comes in a square cut. You can recreate these natural floor elements, but your vinyl tile will not crack or chip in the same way.

Vinyl plank flooring was made to resemble hardwood floors, just like laminate flooring. The difference is that vinyl planks stand up better to moisture.

What is vinyl plank flooring?

 
Vinyl flooring is an incredibly versatile flooring choice that has gained popularity in new homes especially. It comes in both tile or plank options. Both types are water-resistant and have the exact same amount of scratch and wear resistance. The difference is in the looks you hope to achieve in your home.

Vinyl tile resembles slate or stone flooring and comes in a square cut. You can recreate these natural floor elements, but your vinyl tile will not crack or chip in the same way.

Vinyl plank flooring was made to resemble hardwood floors, just like laminate flooring. The difference is that vinyl planks stand up better to moisture.

Will vinyl floor warp?

 
Vinyl floors are much more water-resistant than laminate floors or hardwood, but they are still susceptible to damage from excess water. Failure to wipe up spills in a timely manner or hot water can cause damage to the adhesive beneath the flooring and then cause warping.

Is wet mopping ok to use on vinyl floors?

 
Yes, but keep a few considerations in mind to protect your floors. Be sure not to use excess water, as oversaturation can seep into the flooring and loosen the glue used to attach your vinyl flooring. Always complete your regular sweeping or vacuuming before a wet clean.

Just like debris particles are sandpapering your finish, a scrub brush mop will do more damage than good to your vinyl floors. You can use a damp mop in plain water and dish soap solution (or white vinegar if you want some extra pow).

It's always good to check with your manufacturer about the recommended cleaning products for your flooring.

Can I use a steam cleaner on vinyl floors?


No, you should avoid use of a steam cleaner on your vinyl floors. Although vinyl is more water-resistant than laminate floors or hardwood, it can still be harmed by steam heat. Excess water or heat can loosen the adhesive beneath the floors and cause warping.

The majority of carpet cleaning services use hot water extraction, but we offer multiple floor cleaning methods including low moisture cleaning and encapsulation. Talk with us about the type of flooring you have, and we will suggest the ideal deep cleaning method.

 

Vinyl Composite Tile (VCT) Cleaning for your business

From hospitals to daycare centers, more and more businesses choose vinyl flooring because it has a quality look and is easy to care for. We use neutral floor cleaners that are safe for your customers and employees. See our commercial services page for more information about the types of businesses for which we offer vinyl floor cleaning.

Our Services Include:

Strip and Refinish - For floors that are worn or discolored.

Top Scrub and Refinish - For floors that are slightly dirty but need a new finish.

Scrub and Burnish Maintenance - For floors that need to have a restorer applied with burnishing to renew the gloss and repair slight scratches.
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