To answer those endless questions about, "how do I care for and clean my wood floor?" here is a complete owner's manual for wood floors, old or new. Includes the different types of wood floors, and finishes, and the critical difference this makes in how to care for them. How to evaluate the condition of an existing floor, or choose a new one. How to combat the biggest enemies of wood floors. The right way to sweep, mop, spot-clean, and vacuum wood floors, and the best equipment and supplies for the purpose. Plus the answer to the burning question: "To wax or not to wax?" 92 pages; illustrated.
Date Published 6/1/1993
Rated By: didaskalos
From: Shreveport, LA
Comments: If you have hardwood floors get this book My wife and I bought an Arts and Crafts era bungalow with hardwood floors. Neither of us grew up with hardwood floors and were at something of a loss as to what to do with them. This slender volume concisely but fully explains how to care for these floors. It includes methods for assessing the floor and determing what measures are needed for its preservation.
Rated By: jonf23
From: Utah USA
Comments: Good Stuff If you were like me and you didn't get any advice on how to care for your hardwood floor from your installer then this is the book to get.
Rated By: Julie K. Moulder
From: Glenmoore PA
Comments: The Guide to Easy Wood Floor Care and Maintenance I bought this book to get guidance on restoring the wood floors in my home. It's alright. It wasn't what I thought it'd be and I think it could be a bit more specific on the types of floors when you evaluate them. For the price it's not bad.